Online canoe shop - a different approach

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Well, this is a different way of putting your store online. Good effort, Kayaks North West!

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Conwy Falls Cafe have that as well.

I love the way that as you wander about the chaps are in different "Where's Wally" Style places!

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What's the story behind the blue kayak on the ceiling?

I know the photographer - this was his previous assignment...
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The 'Trident' was Pyranha's first commercial design.

http://www.pyranha40.com/

I had to look it up as well.

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Thanks for posting this! I see its been expanded since my last visit, I will have to go for a look!

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Tom - I've just had another look and you're right, it's massive now! Shame Graham's boat museum must not have been finished when they were taking the photos...

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Pete C. wrote:Tom - I've just had another look and you're right, it's massive now! Shame Graham's boat museum must not have been finished when they were taking the photos...

Try it in a darkened room with some Burial on the stereo after getting all revved up watching Breaking Bad.... it's like a horrendous zombie kayak shop adventure game.

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If you click on the Peak free ride jacket on the back wall display at the back of the shop the next level opens up.
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Nedders wrote:If you click on the Peak free ride jacket on the back wall display at the back of the shop the next level opens up.
Next level completed, but how do you get through the door marked 'Private'? I have tried turning the handle using the glove collected on the first level but this didn't work. I was wondering if I needed to collect a carbon Werner Tyeebe and put it through the window?
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I knew I'd seen that level before!

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There are geek points available for correctly guessing the iconic game!

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mitch wrote:I knew I'd seen that level before!

Image

There are geek points available for correctly guessing the iconic game!

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Nedders and Mitch that made me chuckle. Its amazing how many photos went into that over 2000!

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You can have your coat.

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mitch wrote:I knew I'd seen that level before!

Image

There are geek points available for correctly guessing the iconic game!
I would have thought most people in their late 20s early 30s should have got that one (although for a moment I thought you may have gone super geeky and used a Spear of Destiny screenshot), after all it was a total game changer and is in many ways even more iconic than Doom.

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Hello...

They are not the only peopel tpo have that nowadays.

have a look...

two floors of outdoor pursuits gear!!

https://www.google.com/maps?q=up+and+un ... 22305&z=21

Enjoy!

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