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    Post Yours Here!
    After browsing through 'coonoe' & wifes superb pictures this evening, I thought, what a great format!
    How about, now posting your own favourite random pictures, over the years, on one thread?

    You're only allowed 5 pics.per post (as per 'coonoes' original) and they all have to feature a canoe or an image of...(not too much of cooking of stuff OK?... As my blogs often do! )

    Canooe & wife, hope you're OK with this? (My fingers remain crossed!)

    Here are mine, for starters...

    Canoe-Fishing at Pangbourne with a hot air balloon in the distance.


    A decent catch at Hambledon weir. (With witnesses, I may add!)

    Some boys from Hereford....

    A pic. that got my 'twickers in a right mist!' (Cajun Canoe..hope you're still out there bud!)

    From a recent trip...

    Evidence of a former goulash maybe?

    And finally....

    A pic. that tells me the exact reason why I go paddling.

    There are so many,many more that I would like to share....

    But I'm only allowed 5!

    I've showed you mine...now show me yours!
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    Okeydoke. Good idea MBJ.

    Here's my 5.

    My theme is people I've had the pleasure of paddling with.


    Lowlander & Blixen (Amsterdam):




    TonyBR (Brazil):





    Sundowner (Loch Ard):




    My son James (Cumbrae Island):




    And of course, Mrs. Crow (Crowlin Islands):


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    fantastic pics

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    Interesting pics. & make sure to tell your boy that he's paddled across 'lumpy water' that even seasoned 'old paratroopers' such as likes of Bonarmbj fear to go these days!
    Hats off to you and the good lady Crow this evening!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bonarmbj View Post
    Interesting pics. & make sure to tell your boy that he's paddled across 'lumpy water' that even seasoned 'old paratroopers' such as likes of Bonarmbj fear to go these days!
    Hats off to you and the good lady Crow this evening!
    Thanks, will do.

    Any more pics??

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    Paddling into the end of the day:


    On the banks of the Canche:


    Wintertrip in the Biesbosch:


    Short brake on the Slupia:


    Keep paddling! Keep paddling!
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    Many thanks Digger!
    Interesting pics. the Teepee camp being my fav, but the smile in the last pic being the one!

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    Lavvu!

    Sorry to be pedantic but to a plains indian like myself, it's like calling a kayak a canoe.

    But yes, great pics.

    More please?

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    Great idea Bonarmbj, your fishing bloggs always make me want to dust the fishing gear off.

    Quote Originally Posted by Digger View Post
    Must get Rene and Cissi to reveal the story behind this one

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    Digger you should post this on the thread "Exactly when should you give up?" started by SandfordSailor.

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    In the spirit of keeping this excellent thread a bit random & slightly off-beat...



    Halloween. Paddling in the dark to a haunted ruined castle







    Contemplating the world passing by






    Dive!, Dive!, Dive!!!






    In the bath tub






    Canoe slide or canoe park?

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    Wow...Loved the pictures we need more!!the Tee Pees are fantastic! Bonarmbj, Ty for starting the thread. Do I get 5 more??? Oh and nice pike! I loved the canow with the cottage in the background too. lol the swims are fantastic. When I 1st started to paddle WW, my nick name was "Dunk" lol and they were going to paint the name on the bottom of my solo boat . Keep the pics coming!!!

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    'Dawns and Departures' -


    first light is my favourite time out there -


















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    Nice sk8tr,
    I love the mornings out there too. Last pic looks like Herb Lk.

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    Coulda been - I don't remember exactly, but it was somewhere along that chain - Gun, Ernest, Herb - memory ain't what it used to be....

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    Quote Originally Posted by sk8r View Post
    Coulda been - I don't remember exactly, but it was somewhere along that chain - Gun, Ernest, Herb - memory ain't what it used to be....
    Gun, Ernest, Herb...

    If I didn't know better, I'd have thought you were talking about some of your old flames...

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    ...as in "I took the Gun to Ernest and Herb?"

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    Not been doing this for long but here are a few from the archive, couple posted before:














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    Quote Originally Posted by Crow View Post
    Gun, Ernest, Herb...

    If I didn't know better, I'd have thought you were talking about some of your old flames...

    No no, you old fool... ....that would have been Gwen, Elise, and Helen......

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    "Told by an idiot, full of sound and fury,
    Signifying nothing." WS-prophecy about internet postings.

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    Well, here goes. Hard to whittle it down to only 5 photos.
    Number one, a pic of a friend several years ago pointing out someone who had a run-in with a strainer on the Current River in MO (USA).
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    Number Two: My wife near one of the Accesses on the Niobrara River in Nebraska (USA)
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    Number Three, the prettiest place I've paddled. String & Leigh lakes in the Grand Tetons of Wyoming

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    Number Four, a couple friends on the North Fork of the White River in MO (USA)
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    And Last, I have to include a picture from the BWCAW area of Northern MN (USA). Tough job to sort through and cut it down to five photos!
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    wow! the pictures ahve been great! nice to see some of the beautiful spots around the world

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    Here,s my 5 pics.

    Canoeist/Fisherman Bentota river Sri Lanka.Think its a red wenonah prospector with outrigger.




    Put in, no sorry Fall in Denford backwater at the launch of my selfbuild 14'pete. 08 ish.




    Fisher Woman, Woodford backwater on the Nene 2011.



    Nene ,the cutting at the back of Lilford Hall, no longer paddleable due to fallen trees.



    Cooking dinner, Brown Trout,Lock Awe 1 night wildcamp.



    Since sold the Pererborough 14, replaced it with the Prospector as in first pic.

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    these are my five of the best.

    Magdalen bridge, Oxford



    home built canoe on Loch Morar



    Sailing on loch morar



    Deepcut, Basingstoke canal



    River Cam, cambridge


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    Wow!
    I've been left breathless by the pics.so far posted this evening! (I've been halfway across the globe and back again..and I haven't even left my armchair!) But even so, thankyou guys..what an experience!
    Keep'em coming! (Please)
    I'm going to add three more (that's the rules now..3 per person. (Unless of course your names 'Coonoe or wife of'...In that case you can post as many as you like....You guys were the guys that inspired this thread!)

    One last Bonarmbj rule for this thread...No 'unnecessary personal nattering' inbetween pics! (You know who you are!)
    (Sat here now 'dug-in' with in a flak-jacket & steel helmet on my bonce whilst awaiting my next reply from Crow! )
    Lavvu?...Teepee?...It was 'a pointy tent' with smoke coming out of the top, right!?
    Where was I?

    My 'pop-up' tent, just before it pops up!


    The weir at Pangbourne, so close that I can smell it!


    Hambledon Weir...and looking good!

    An early start...

    The Basingstoke canal in winter.


    A winter tan!

    OK,...you're now allowed five per person!

    Come on then, make the effort and dig 'em out!

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    So have I got this right - you can have 5 pictures, no make that 3, no make that 5 again? And they must have a canoe in them. Or maybe not now - they must have a canoe or a tent or a weir or Bonarmbj's face in them?

    And no unnecessary smart ass remarks from the back of the class. Necessary smart ass remarks must be ok then...

    Right, I think I've got that sorted in my head.

    Off to find some more pics.....



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    Quote Originally Posted by Bonarmbj View Post

    One last Bonarmbj rule for this thread...No 'unnecessary personal nattering' inbetween pics! (You know who you are!)

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    カラスはあほです。

    Oft him anhaga are gebideð, metudes miltse, þeah þe he modcearig geond lagulade longe sceolde hreran mid hondum hrimcealde sæ

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    :d :d :d

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    Where are we going with this mate?
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    ........Enthusiastically incapable .

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    well..ok , I 'll pop on 3 more...save some for later. When I had the door stolen on my van, I was about to take off for palmer Rapids, so I had to load my wifes Subaru. The canoes are my old Mohawk Probe and My Esquif Canyon.
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    my new Winisk! I like red

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    Zach 1st big bass! Thw canoe is a We no nah Jensen

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    BJ and teign...loved the pictures , Red and yellow always makes for great canoe pictures!

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    more...


    Tide's out:





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    As i have only got into this passtime in the last year 5 photos should be easy.

    The first is my daughter on the front of a hired canoe on the river Wye.

    As we went along she got more relaxed

    In fact i was starting to think i was the only one working here

    No i was right i was the motive power in this father daughter team

    In fact at the pub stop she felt that the log in the river was a better craft.

    Either way we had so much fun she has asked to do it again next year. You never know we might get mum to come out camping and canoeing.
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    Ok, I guess its 5 pics. Theme is about the one river, no prizes given! Even threw in a corvid









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    Quote Originally Posted by Crow View Post
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    Nice to see some more great pics, along with 'a real teepee' and a youngster enjoying herself so much.. superb!
    Still dealing with the 'Auf Deutsh' comments...(this morning) with 'my old man' being at Dunkirk and all that..and 'his boy' fighting certain 'decendants' on the outskirts of Port Stanley some 30yrs ago!...(But, I'm sure they're all nice comments Meine Friende! )
    Now throwing in 3 more pics this morning... for good measure and maybe 'drum up' some more random business!

    Cuddly Bullocks!

    Mid-Thames wilderness camping for Bonarmbj and other armchair adventurers!


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    OK, here's some camps with a view...


    Strathyre. OK, no actual canoe, its behind me, but you can see paddles!





    Derwentwater, view from the tent door






    Hayling Island






    Bycross Farm, nicest campsite in England






    River Wye wild camp


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    Campsites.

    Suilven




    Loch Laxford




    Wee Cumbrae island




    Kerrera




    Holy Island


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    More beautiful Pics...I loved the guy and the barge and Mals pic with the flame licking skyward. all were fantastic!

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    By copying "camping" you have reduced the "randomness Mr Crow. Nice images though!
    Covering as many malmiles as possible before being distracted by the pub!

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    Wow! I have seen worse camp sites. I'm living in the wrong country (camp sites wise...)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal Grey View Post
    By copying "camping" you have reduced the "randomness Mr Crow. Nice images though!
    I call it cheating .............. but then again I know gordon is a bit "trigger happy" on the keyboard!

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    OK I forfeit my rights to the big prize.

    But what is the big prize??

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    Lakes 2011

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    great idea for a thread! i can't believe i only found it now.
    ok here we go:










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    Default Five easy pieces....

    Lessee, something old, something new, something borrowed.....something blue.


    An old shot of March family paddling on the Upper Chattahoochee.





    A marshy lake west of Killarney in Ontario. Blogg to follow, sometime.





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    Oh Boy!
    Just as I got to that stage in life where I thought that I had 'done it all and seen it all'....
    I go and browse through this evenings 'random pictures'....and realise that 'this morning' I very much need to think through that thought very carefully once again!

    Hayling Campsites & captured flames...
    Suilven...
    Kerrava...
    Flag Signals from the Holy Island!
    Images of the the Lakes and dogs at the bow.
    Mosquito free feet, decent coffee pots and cake stands put to better use...

    I now realise... that I've been nowhere and seen nowt!

    I also realise that I've had yet another armchair adventure, whilst sat at my squeeky computer seat ...Whilst travelling the world (and all it has to offer) via submitted pics!

    I'm sat here bowled over! (Truth be known!)

    With best regards,
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    More & more & More ...Fabulous Pictures ....thanks!

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    Nothing worse than not being able to sleep. So I'll bore you all with a few more pics. This was a weekend at an easy camping and canoeing spot Herb Lk. 1st 2 pics was the paddle in.
    My wife (bow) Daughter and 2 dogs.

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    Zach...

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    learning solo
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    From the camp
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    Have a great day!!

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    some nice pics posted already

    here's my selection

    my grandson's 1st outing


    my paddling partner feeling a little green......


    my new paddling partner's just arrived.....


    a very nice day on the broads


    the new prototype canal racer is trialled.......


    happy paddling

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    Excellent idea for a thread….loving the diversity of photos.

    Here’s my five:



    Island of Silence, Lago di Orta, Italy, 2003



    Warm sunny day, Mecklenburg, East Germany, 2006



    How easy can it get…., Mecklenburg, 2006



    Nothing like bannock after a hard days paddle, River Spey, last year



    Calm….Loch Sheil, June 2009

    Keep them coming everyone.

    Cheers

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    Slater...Great pics of your Daughter. Kids today seem to go for Kayaks so we have to get them into open boats as much as possible.

    No1, great pictures , especially your grandson. I have been thinking of starting a thread...Grandpas and grandkids. ..maybe next week!

    Great pics Fred...interesting looking boat !

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    Scoutmaster----- nice piece of ash in that first photo. Flat cut grain can give surprising patterns.....

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    Diversity being the word...
    A northern Italian mountain backdrop with a spectacular island to match....Wow!
    But no match at all, for that gorgeous hair and fabulous paddle!... And all in one picture...stunning stuff!

    Pls. now post the recipe and 'intructions' for that Bannock!

    It looks so good!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bonarmbj View Post
    Pls. now post the recipe and 'intructions' for that Bannock!

    It looks so good!

    MB
    There are several ways to bake bannock. I personally use a stainless steel pan with three or four evenly sized stones placed at the bottom of the pan. Then a round tin or a plate put on top of them (Creating oven like environment) with lid on top of the pan. You can use hot coals from a fire or a gas stove (at low heat) to bake the bannock, it’s your choice.

    The main ingredients are: 2 parts self-raising flour and one part milk powder. You can measure the parts by simply using the cup of your hand or a mug of any sort. (The measurements do not need to be precise).

    Now, if you what a sweet Bannock then you can add a tea spoon amount of brown sugar some cranberries, raisins, any dried fruit that you’re happy with and possible some oats.

    If you want something savoury then you can simple add some sliced sun-dried tomatoes, olives, beef jerky, salami, a little salt and pepper and what ever else you fancy?

    Once you’ve selected your ingredients add some water. There is no precise amount, so add a little at a time. Mix the water in and knead the mixture into a non-sticky dough. You may have to add a little more flour if the dough is sticky.

    Grease the plate or tin and press the dough (no need to prove the dough) into its shape and place it into the pan. Now start baking it which ever way you like, as mentioned above, keeping a close eye on it. There is no set time so you have to judge it. The bannock should be ready once it’s slightly browned on both sides and not sticky in the middle.

    You may not get it right first time, but you’ll get there in the end!

    Good luck and have fun baking

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    I took this picture at Tim Lk Algonquin Park. This is Natural , not carved!
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    Other craft.


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    Birlinn





    Dugout





    Nuclear sub





    Fishing boat


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  59. #59
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    Apr 2010
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    Kettering ,Northamptonshire
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    Some great photos lets have more....

  60. #60
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    Location
    Ontario, Canada
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    Great photos Crow.

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