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    Default circles, u-turns, wet gunnels

    Last Friday there was a small or was it big gathering of canoeists who like turns.


    mark is a familiar position
    I guess alos te biggest gathering of felicities outside Germany



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    Looks like a fun way to learn new techniques.

    I like going round in circles, but its probably a bit far for me to come just for an evening . Though its tempting, because I might be able to sneak a Felicity into my own canoe when nobody was looking, and drive off!
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    Not my sort of thing but interesting and I do admire the skill needed.....thanks for posting (not a clue what a Felicity is and have a dreadful feeling I am missing an obvious joke!)
    A ship should not ride on a single anchor, nor life on a single hope - Epictetus

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patterdale Paddler View Post
    not a clue what a Felicity is and have a dreadful feeling I am missing an obvious joke!

    See http://www.lakeconstance.de/en/canoe...-13-solo-canoe

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    Thank you Greg.......I will keep an eye out for such creatures on the Nene!
    A ship should not ride on a single anchor, nor life on a single hope - Epictetus

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