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    Default Hello from Italy

    Hi, I'm Guido from Italy and I'm happy to join this community! A few months ago I've got my first kayak, a decathlon/itiwit inflatable, and immediately started paddling in rivers around the place where I live, enjoying it very very much.
    I have lots to learn and I'm sure the forum will help me in becoming a better paddler

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    Hello and Welcome!

    It would be great to see some photos and hear about Italian rivers, its always nice to see different parts of the world.

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    Thanks!
    I will post some pictures as soon I will learn how to do that

    [EDIT]
    Trying..
    Here are a couple of pictures from one of my last trips, it's the southern part of Tagliamento river, not far from Venice

    https://imgur.com/K62P7sn

    https://imgur.com/Tp6067r




    Last edited by guidobras; 15th-October-2018 at 09:43 PM. Reason: adding pictures

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    Hi and welcome to the forum and nice pictures
    "I'd far rather be happy than right any day"..........Slartibartfast

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    Hi nice pics

    What part of Italy are you from?

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    Quote Originally Posted by guidobras View Post
    Thanks!
    I will post some pictures as soon I will learn how to do that

    [EDIT]
    Trying..
    Here are a couple of pictures from one of my last trips, it's the southern part of Tagliamento river, not far from Venice

    https://imgur.com/K62P7sn

    https://imgur.com/Tp6067r




    Funnily enough, I've spotted the Tagliamento as a potentially interesting couple of days trip, if I ever happened to be in that part of the world!

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    Definitely a great river, but you must be lucky to have enough water:



    Last edited by Spartaner; 21st-October-2018 at 06:29 AM.

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    Right.
    The Tagliamento always has enough water in the last 30km from the sea: great and wild nature, but almost flat water.

    The part from the Mountains to the small city of latisana is the most beautiful and interesting but you need to plan your trip after some big rain showers (spring or late autumn are usually best)



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