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14-03-2010, 20:36   #31
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I cant compete with you folks (quiet new to Kayaking) but I did get out today on the Royal Canal at Enfield with the kids. Did a couple of Kms in a Perception Blaze and a Pyranha Recoil, hard work on flat water...
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31-03-2010, 22:15   #32
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Myself and two buddies did the Ballintrillick river in co Sligo today. The river was bone dry, and we had to get out and walk on a few sections But with a bit of lube it definatlely looks like it could be a savage river. We also got a quick blast on the Duff on our way home. Good day.
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Myself and two buddies did the Ballintrillick river in co Sligo today.


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Paddled from kilkenny to thomastown on the Nore on Thursday, 20.5 km, and from Bennets brige to Inistioge on the Nore again today, 23 km. Serious flood on the river so some record times set, averaging today at 17.5 km/hr!!!
Although we were in a double racing boat, which may have had something to do with that speed!!!
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today was Easkey river, Co. Sligo. level was stonking good. all rapids were good to go. set up safety on double trouble and the bridge. such a good river. grade 3-4.

Ronan on double trouble.

me below the bridge.
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yesterday was balisodare and bonet. today was the dunniel. wonder what we will do tomorow?
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06-04-2010, 02:20   #37
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While feeling rather lazy I took a wee spin dow to the "New Weir" on the river Nore which was almost washed out for a bit of a blast.

The level didn't lend its self to much more than "Spin to Win" or "Soul Surfing"....

Far from exciting but beats sitting on the couch...





I was even bored enought to edit all be it badly some video which is still processing but click through and watch the "HD 720" once its done as its a bit smoother and should work better on most comps.


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kayaking alone tut tut
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Kayaking, Alone, Me.....Never... Sure wasn't there a guy holding the camera, throw bag in hand
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It's nice to see the pictures in the posts. Keep them coming.

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Oysterbd to Rossdohan

Couple of days ago did a couple of hours around Oysterbed Harbour near Sneem

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Had a few nice runs Friday and today through Castleconnell in my canadian....water was down from Friday but good trip all the same and great weather
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Bray to Greystones yesterday morning and back again lovely flat day
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Bray to somwhere tomorrow morning early
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Did 7.75km down the Barrow from Graiguenamanagh to Ballyknock yesterday in a Moonster Kayak, wonderful day for it and great craic going over the weirs.
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