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    Cool hello from Scotland

    I registered a couple of days ago and just wanted to say Hi to all of you.I am pretty new to the Open Boating but was hooked from the minute I found out how much fun they were on moving water. They really move!! I have bought myself a second hand 15' We-no-nah prospector and just love it....usuaiiy paddling solo but Hubby and I have also gone tandem on a Spey descent over 4 days and it really was the best holiday we have ever had.
    I will pass on details of this site to fellow paddlers..
    Take care folks,

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    Welcome Livepaddles!

    Hope you have a good time on here.

    Whereabouts are you in Scotland?

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    Welcome. Fun isn`t it?
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    Welcome to Song of the Paddle. Hopefully we will meet on the water someday.
    John

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    Good to have you along for the trip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by livepaddles View Post
    I have bought myself a second hand 15' We-no-nah prospector and just love it....,
    I hope your next purchase will be a pole then as the P15 is a superb poling boat. If not you can use one of mine!

    Where are you?

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    Hello and welcome. The Spey is a pretty awesome start for folk new to canoeing. Have done it a few times as a complete journey and countless short day trips. Never tire of it as the varying water levels make it different every time. Hope you have many other memorable trips over the coming years - maybe see you on a river sometime too.

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