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Monthly Archive: Jan 2007

29
Jan

A little bit of Mexico Action.

We’re recently back from a few weeks in Mexico researching for our new North American guidebook. It was a great opportunity to take a break from winter and play around in the Recoil and the Ammo while leaving the neck gaskets behind! The first report has the Cascadas Micos – a super-fun class III run …

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24
Jan

N.F.B.W

60 degrees and raining. As much as global warming scares me, it is hard not to love being able to feel my fingers after kayaking in January.

19
Jan

Portugal

Just back from an awesome mission to Portugal, and I reckon it ranks on a par with Corsica and Italy in terms of quality whitewater. Highlight of the trip was probably a run down the beautiful Castro in dense fog. Smooth, clean granite slides and drops.

19
Jan

A Cold Day on the Little White and some NEW WOOD!

I’ve recently moved back to White Salmon, Washington for the winter. Fortunately the water is high right now, unfortunately the weather is cold and snowy.

18
Jan

South East Asia Trip

We have just returned to freezing cold Canada after Exploring Malaysia and the entire length of Vietnam. All the way from Saigon (Ho Chi Minh) to the Chinese border… travelling in a 40 seater bus with 4 other paddlers and a translater. Malaysia offered up some pretty fun rivers as well and a lot of …

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15
Jan

Good to be home

                                                          After an fantastic trip to New Zealand its good to be back on my local run.  I had a good weekend, despite a disappointing day on sunday after lots of rain but still low water and a trip to A&E for a friend.                                         

07
Jan

Mosier Falls

Copyright 2007 the photographer does not wish to be recognized due to the focus of the photos!!!!! Back in Hood River again!

05
Jan

Happy new year, same weir!

The last few months have seen the mighty father Thames (south east of the Blighty) flowing at some very high levels.  My local weir  Shepperton has been producing a wide variety of features over the last couple of weeks, as the water rises and falls, from closed out deep stoppers that pull the leaves from surounding trees to a large …

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