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Andy Butler

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Name: Andy Butler
Date registered: April 27, 2012

Latest posts

  1. Conwy & Lledr Videos — November 27, 2012
  2. Cardiff Paddlefest — September 3, 2012
  3. Sjoa River Fest — July 30, 2012
  4. Briancon, beer and boatercross — June 25, 2012
  5. Jed at Marsh weir — May 4, 2012

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Conwy & Lledr Videos

Hi guys, just a quick one, we have a couple of videos from the Fairy Glen section of the Conwy and the Lledr both near Betws y Coed North Wales. Cheers   Andy


Cardiff Paddlefest

After a slow Drive down in the Van from Runcorn I arrived in Cardiff on Friday night just in time for a blast round the course. It was the first time I have been to the course in Cardiff and I have to say I was impressed, not just in the course but the facilities …

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Sjoa River Fest

Sjoa River Fest   The Gene 17 Sjoa river fest is now one of the best festivals on the circuit, from the world class racing to the world class partys, the 2012 event was no exception.   The week kicked off with the Pyranha Old School Rodeo, where points don’t mean prizes, style does, Held …

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Briancon, beer and boatercross

Briancon, beer and boatercross So after the Teva race in Ivera (italy) Anton and myself headed over to the French alps to spend the week in L’argentierre. During the week we paddled most of the classics in the area including the Guill (in on go) and the durance gorge Anton also found a slightly more …

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Jed at Marsh weir

So after a couple of frustrating weeks in North Wales with lots of rain and it all flowing out of the rivers by morning we were left scratching our heads with what to do, a couple of play sessions on the Dee got me thinking about heading further afield, with the news that the large …

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For the last few days in N.Wales we have been having lots of rain but no rivers have been up during the day, except for a couple of cheeky Fairy Glen runs, so we headed off to the Dee that was running at 12 on the gauge, an amazing level for play boating. After “borrowing” …

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