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    Hello and welcome from Robin Hood's Bay.

    Hello and welcome from Robin Hood's Bay.
  2. Thread: What3Words

    by David Perry
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    The last time I called the police about five...

    The last time I called the police about five years ago, I was ready with a six fig grid ref.

    Unfortunately I was told they don't use grid references. "We need your post code". I was sat near...
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    An enjoyable blogg. Looks like a nice paddle...

    An enjoyable blogg. Looks like a nice paddle too!
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    Thoroughly enjoyed the day, and the company I...

    Thoroughly enjoyed the day, and the company I met. I still feel a little guilty paddling with, then beating Mayo Bren but Big Al did say afterwards it was a race - and why not!

    Had i known I was...
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    Great day out!, Met some of our regular posters...

    Great day out!, Met some of our regular posters and one not too regular. Nice putting faces to printed names and Nom de Plumes' (I think thats the right spelling).

    Nice weather and always and...
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    I'm definitely coming. Such an enjoyable paddle...

    I'm definitely coming. Such an enjoyable paddle last year I've decided to repeat the experience.

    Please introduce yourself if you see me in a battered old grey ford focus estate and an even older...
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    Nice blog - but I've never seen dog pyjamas...

    Nice blog - but I've never seen dog pyjamas before :)
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    If its shabby on the inside its because its been...

    If its shabby on the inside its because its been used. If you intend to use it, it will get shabby again and soon, once you get in once or twice with sand/mud/grit from river banks etc.,

    In my...
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    I have an old 'glass canoe which had Mahogany...

    I have an old 'glass canoe which had Mahogany gunwhales. I must admit I don't know how long they'd been on the boat before I bought it, but I found the mahogony split relatively easier than some...
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    You say they need repairing?? Why? OIf...

    You say they need repairing?? Why?
    OIf there's no obvious physical damage then I'd not bother.
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    1. Dig hole. Size is a matter of personal...

    1. Dig hole. Size is a matter of personal preference.
    2. Squat
    3. Drop
    4. Wipe
    4. Bury

    Although my granddaughter came up with a more poetic version when we discussed a similar issue some...
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    Another quality Blogg Mal. Lovely varied photos...

    Another quality Blogg Mal. Lovely varied photos and well told.

    The young people must have had a life enhancing adventure. Hopefully they'll remember these sort of adventures - and really...
  13. Thread: I'm back

    by David Perry
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    Yes, welcome back - good man!

    Yes, welcome back - good man!
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    I'll probably be there. Its an unusual paddle...

    I'll probably be there. Its an unusual paddle into the middle of York and back. ;:canoe:
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    Try this man then:-...

    Try this man then:-
    http://www.songofthepaddle.co.uk/forum/showthread.php/46234-Ray-Mears-Meet-Fred-Neegan-Cree-indian
  16. Nick An unusual blogg with excellent pictures...

    Nick
    An unusual blogg with excellent pictures and narration. We don't get many blogs of led groups on here and certainly not from the Yukon.

    "I could see a large ripple in the flow and the top...
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    Malcom The river was a navigation until some...

    Malcom
    The river was a navigation until some years ago, when there were plans by a commercial company to open it up again for recreational boats and so on. A group of protesters got together and...
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    Canadian Canoe Museum

    View some of the fabulous exhibits in their new building.:-https://canoemuseum.ca/collection/
  19. A river less paddled I guess. Great pictures and...

    A river less paddled I guess. Great pictures and commentary.
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    Thanks guys. Thats just the sort of information...

    Thanks guys. Thats just the sort of information I was after - from those who've been and done it!!
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    We've been there twice after a canoeing...

    We've been there twice after a canoeing expedition.

    Both times I could have spent longer there. Everything from eye staggering dug out canoes that look beautiful and impossible to make. ...
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    I like your pictures of the rocks, logs and other...

    I like your pictures of the rocks, logs and other semi-abstract pictures. Very different!
  23. Thread: Knifes

    by David Perry
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    I would have thought any marine chandlers could...

    I would have thought any marine chandlers could supply you with one.
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    Pop up tops and roof racks

    Mrs P and myself are considering purchasing a van with a pop up top.

    a) We've spoken to a manufacturer and were told that some pop up tops will be strong enough, but other pop up tops won't.
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    Welcome to the forum. I'm quite glad we have a...

    Welcome to the forum.

    I'm quite glad we have a little more water than you have. My nearest river is five minutes drive away and I've always got the sea a minute away if i'm really in need of a...
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