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  1. #1
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    Post another newcomer

    Hi, we have just joined, just about to buy pelican, already have a kayak and a narrow boat, but looking for a bit of adventure with 6 year old daughter. She wants to camp but a prefer nice hotels, not sure who is going to win

    Dave

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    Hi and welcome!
    Wow - a narrow boat, trad or cruiser stern?
    Last edited by kharga; 29th-March-2009 at 06:11 PM. Reason: speeling

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    Default Welcome

    Doesn't matter waht you paddle, as long as you paddle.

    TGB
    May the gentleness of morning, greet your silent passage through endless waters...

    May all your winds be gentle. And for ww - May it rain the night before.

  4. #4
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    Default cruiser

    Hi, it is a cruiser stern, very modern but we have just been on a roses and castles painting course so are busy adding some decorations and making it look better, even thinking of painting the new canoe if we get it tomorrow. Spent the day kayaking down the avon from eckington, wicked

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    Hi and welcome from another member in the midlands

    my 11 daughter loves the canoe, and I'm sure your daughter will too

    happy paddling

    regards Andy

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    Hi there!

    We are Birmingham based so not far from you. My son is 9 and my girl is 3 - we have a Sevylor Colorado and a prospector 15. Open boating is brilliant and there is great crocodile hunting to be had on the flat water in the midlands! We are new to the open boating too (we got the Prospector on Saturday) - so little experience of Rivers in the midlands as yet. The Leam is nice but we have not yet tried the Severn - apparently they will take boats on the train in the guards van so that's something to consider!

    Enjoy your boats!
    Sue

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    Welcome

    In my family it is me who wants to go camping and my daughters who prefer hotels, still we compromise and do both. My wife on the other hand is strictly a hotel kind of girl
    John

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