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    Glad to be of service :D Thanks Weekender ...

    Glad to be of service :D

    Thanks Weekender

    I wonder why if you write a poem or limerick about canoes it inherently needs a PG rating, it must be something in the water!
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    Yep, Poling with dogs would certainly be a...

    Yep, Poling with dogs would certainly be a challenge :swimmer:

    Yeah -go for it :D
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    Thanks Mark In some cases I would...

    Thanks Mark

    In some cases I would agree....but I do like a challenge ;)


    yeah, those Blues tracks, I do like the Blues to be honest but can agree these are not the best - but they are free...
  4. Thread: Call of the Wild

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    A beautiful read, thanks Graham. Really enjoyed...

    A beautiful read, thanks Graham.
    Really enjoyed this.
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    Thanks Maj �� I was starting to think I had...

    Thanks Maj ��
    I was starting to think I had gone too far.
  6. Nice one, that's the good thing about ballast,...

    Nice one, that's the good thing about ballast, you always have something to talk about even if it is a repeat :D
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    I learn a lot from watching others, then having a...

    I learn a lot from watching others, then having a go myself.

    you really should try it, good fun and a bit of a work out too :D

    Shouldn't we all SMwhistle
  8. Great stuff, awesome scenery, looks like perfect...

    Great stuff, awesome scenery, looks like perfect weather too; just makes me want to go "out there"
  9. Even with this time lapse your still a youngster...

    Even with this time lapse your still a youngster to me Mal. ������
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    [QUOTE=Nick TQP;671184]Not nice ..... sad![/QU...

    [QUOTE=Nick TQP;671184]Not nice ..... sad![/QU
    Sorry you feel that way Nick, you'll be glad to know that this is my only peice of poetry.
    I appreciate that it is a little suggestive but hoped the...
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    Poling the Tombstones

    Hi folks, I don't get out in my boat as much as I used to, so I took full advantage of a weekend at Llangollen (River Active to be precise)
    The water was low, so I got my trusty Endless River pole...
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    Thanks Mal, as you know we have a new(er) and...

    Thanks Mal, as you know we have a new(er) and bigger van, plus a few more issues has slowed my paddling to a near stop but I like to keep my hand in.
    I was at Llangollen when this poem sprang back...
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    resurrecting this thread with this.... ...

    resurrecting this thread with this....


    https://youtu.be/6qYHORyY2Fg
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    A magnificent blog of a truly mad adventure; hats...

    A magnificent blog of a truly mad adventure; hats off to you all :)
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    T'was good to catch up with you again Mark and...

    T'was good to catch up with you again Mark and folks; those hot dogs tasted 1000% better than they look and there's no denying it they looks scrummy :)
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    Go for the big one, mines 25+ years old and still...

    Go for the big one, mines 25+ years old and still going strong.
    I only use meths prefer the silence of the flames over the afterburner noise of gas/petrol etc.

    Furthermore you don't have to...
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    Yep, a nigh on carbon copy.

    Yep, a nigh on carbon copy.
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    Our new set up (well it was new to us in Feb)...

    Our new set up (well it was new to us in Feb) guess I'm getting lazy and the less I have to do to set up camp the better ;)
    https://farm2.staticflickr.com/1745/40726709330_4c57518b53_b.jpg
  19. Thread: Help with weirs

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    Generally it's what you can't see is the problem,...

    Generally it's what you can't see is the problem, as Adrian said local knowledge is the key. We paddled in Oxford where there are two weirs close to each other although they look identical on the...
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    Not often my attention span allows me to watch >5...

    Not often my attention span allows me to watch >5 mins of you tube videos, watched this on all through. A nice and watchable short film :)
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    Sticky: If you had met my dog you would know she loves to...

    If you had met my dog you would know she loves to play catch - regardless where it is! ;)
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    Sticky: Its a video from this year and it's in a canoe - ...

    Its a video from this year and it's in a canoe -

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ISpff4206w
  23. Thread: Paddling technique

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    I don't claim to have a flawless paddle technique...

    I don't claim to have a flawless paddle technique but it works for me and I tend to stay dry;

    Disclaimer over, in a nutshell when I really think about it I try to plant my paddle blade, whilst...
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    Sorry Adrian I seem have my thick head on, I took...

    Sorry Adrian I seem have my thick head on, I took a 38" paddle sinking 2.5" - 3" too deep = an ideal length shaft length of 35" so it sorta made sense (somewhere deep inside my head!)

    ;)
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    As above if poss, or try them both and see which...

    As above if poss, or try them both and see which is the happy medium, a pain I know but if you can get to a canoe shop with water tank your canoe and try them both :)
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