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Monthly Archive: Nov 2006

30
Nov

Weather

Just A quick note to say were still waiting for the weather to clear down here in Queenstown, New Zealand. Wet does not do the discription justice. The rivers are  rather high, with the shotover usually rafter at 50 m^3 and it currently on around 500m^3 and summer starting offically tomorrow we will see if the …

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28
Nov

C1 River Boating Makes a Return

With all the rain last week and having seen the pics from Ben’s outing in the Recoil, I hooked up with a few friends to hit some rivers up in Northern England. Unfortunately, the water appeared to have been and gone so all hopes of some really nice runs went out the window. We ended …

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27
Nov

Monday Morning…

Now there are some other contraband Kayak makes in this littel film, But it dose show a good mornings paddle down at Shepperton weir. Enjoy!

27
Nov

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Hi everyone! Creeking in Quebec is alot of fun and a local TV show called “La nouvelle école”  (the new school) took creeking as one of their show topics.  This show was on air for a week in a large par of the Quebec Province, Canada. If you wanna see a part of the show …

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27
Nov

Hanging out Down South

After a long hard journey down to New Zealand im lucky enough to be traveling around enjoying seeing the sights and paddling some awsome creeks. The classic heli runs are a little high at the moment leaving plenty of time for other stuff.      humm guessing me and the Burn wont be getting that train.    …

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23
Nov

Firing up the Recoil

Some times when its grey and dull outside it really isn’t that depressing! A week of rain has meant swollen rivers all of the North of England, Just to show its not all work and no play here at Pyranha, we grabbed the opertunity to take the new Recoil for a spin before work… For more …

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22
Nov

Putting the Ammo through its paces

Over the past two weeks, I’ve been putting the Ammo through its paces, and I couldn’t be happier with how the boat performs.  You can read my detailed analysis of the boat, and check out the video on ChasingRain.com Fireing up the Ammon on Paul’s Creek

20
Nov

Looking back…

Another paddling season is comming to an end in the province of Quebec. A long winter awaits us! But before solid water falls from the sky, here are a few of the good moments of my 2006 season. It started off in April when I left the snowy Montreal with a few friends to head down into the south eastern states.  A month …

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20
Nov

East coast rain and snow

Rain all along the East coast has brought many great runs and play spots. I’ve been on a pretty good role, Friday it was raining hard in DC so no work all play. I headed up to wild and wonderful West Virgina to run the North Fork of the Blackwater. That night myself and a …

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16
Nov

Alternatives to snow

My new home is 250m from the Ski Station, and the season pass is here, but not jet the snow. While i wait for the snow to come, i have to talk some friends into it, that there are still some possibilities for paddling around. Now, i could convince some, and we even found an …

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