The Very Best Of The Bristol Channel...

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Nice write up Taran. MIght be down your way on saturday if anyone fancies getting together for a paddle?

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Mike Mayberry wrote:MIght be down your way on saturday if anyone fancies getting together for a paddle?
What you doing, got any plans? I got an engagement party the Friday night so I might be a little hungover, if it's not to early I'm up for a paddle.

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It's not for certain yet, I'll know more after tomorrow evenings pool session. Hooking up with you guys was an idea that was put forward over the weekend. It definately won't be too early as we have at least a two hour drive to you...

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Got a nasty bit of tinivititus? in my wrist after this paddle, hopefully better for the weekend? would be nice to get out for a splash with you ;D

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Taran Tyla wrote:Got a nasty bit of tinivititus?
Ooh, sounds like a nasty cross between Tinnitus and Tenosynovitus - does it manifest as a sore ear or as a ringing in the wrists? or maybe both? :-)

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Less wrist action in the evenings should sort it right out ;) Either that or use your left.

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Jim wrote:
Taran Tyla wrote:Got a nasty bit of tinivititus?
Ooh, sounds like a nasty cross between Tinnitus and Tenosynovitus - does it manifest as a sore ear or as a ringing in the wrists? or maybe both? :-)

LOL, bloody scientific medical names are too much for me :D

Oh, & Stuart, it is my left hand ;D

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Nice trip. thanks for posting.
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Taran Tyla wrote:Bit of a special trip this one :D
http://www.seakayaking-adventures.com/2 ... hopes.html
Fantastic!
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Taran Tyla wrote:Bit of a special trip this one :D

http://www.seakayaking-adventures.com/2 ... -hopes.htm
...and, from the above...

"About 16 miles roughly. I travelled blind as I forgot to put fresh batteries in my GPS, relying instead on gut feeling, instinct & past experience, it somehow added to the magic of what was a totally awesome day out with a good mate :D"

Yeah, tell me about it ..!

Liked the text and pics too.


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I'll have to buy a plastic kayak as they have certain advantages for trips like this.

Good story.

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tg wrote:
Taran Tyla wrote:Bit of a special trip this one :D

http://www.seakayaking-adventures.com/2 ... -hopes.htm
...and, from the above...

"About 16 miles roughly. I travelled blind as I forgot to put fresh batteries in my GPS, relying instead on gut feeling, instinct & past experience, it somehow added to the magic of what was a totally awesome day out with a good mate :D"

Yeah, tell me about it ..!

Liked the text and pics too.


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Not literally blind mind, the vis was perfect ;D
nigelhatton wrote:I'll have to buy a plastic kayak as they have certain advantages for trips like this.

Good story.
You should see the bottom of my poor Nordkapp :D

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Taran, Stuart, have pm-d you both.

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