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    Hi all,

    I've done a kind of backwards thing by posting on the general boards first, but I thought it was about time I introduced myself!

    I bought a canoe at the beginning of last summer (a second hand pyranha ranger 16) and kept it at derwentwater in the lakes while I worked in edinburgh, so spent maybe 4 weekends canoeing down there, then a week but my paddling in the wind problems saw me going back home after a few days! (see the Wind post in the general forum).

    Thought its about time I got some formal tuition so I'm doing a 1* course in May and a 2* course in June in Southampton (I now live in cheltenham), and will be joining a club soon.

    I'm vaguely considering organising a weekend meet in the lake district, the idea of a lake being that people could split off and do things in small groups depending on interests/ability, then meet at a prearrange point for a picnic or bbq or something. Maybe stay in a camping barn (or accom of your choice) and paddle on a different lake the 2nd day. If anyone's interested let me know. Have now posted about it on the meetings forum at http://www.songofthepaddle.co.uk/for...read.php?t=698, so maybe replies about the trip should keep over there (thank goodness for the edit option on the forum!)

    Anyway, must stop rambling.

    Amelia
    Last edited by Amelia; 26th-April-2006 at 10:06 PM.

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    re lakes meet. great idea, and I might just make it this time, I've had the last two attempts come to naught because of factors beyond my control.


    Oh, and welcome!
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    Welcome.

    I am sure you will find a solution to your wind problems soon and be paddling in all conditions. Certainly meeting with other members is always instructional as you do learn a lot by watching how others do things.

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