Been a slow and dry weekend so I’ve posted a copy of the Trasher article I wrote about our trip to India. This originally appeared in the March/April edition. http://thedrownedfish.co.uk/paddling-reports/club-class-to-india/ AdvertisementsRead more "India Remembered"
Despite being delayed for a few weeks due to the fact that the Thames had too much water the KCC Blastathon went ahead yesterday. Despite the inclement weather a good sized crowd turned up with sixteen competitors* and more that that speculating from the weir. For those that don’t know the format here is a […]Read more "Blastathon 2008"
I’ve managed to get a bit of paddling in over the last fourteen days. The water that last weeks downpour provided seems to of held well. The week before last saw a decent of the mighty Ock with the pathfinders ending with a splendid session messing round in the weir. Possibly pulling each others decks […]Read more "Fourteen Days days"
The July issue of Canoe & Kayak UK contains an article on our recent India trip written by Liz with photos by Mark. Much to his delight Dave H has bagged the coveted position of cover boy, with a shot of him on the Yamuna. If you can get past having to look at his […]Read more "India – CKUK"
Postponed until June 21st. See kingfisher’s web site for details. Tuesday rain has made the Thames a little high. The final decision to go ahead or not will be made on Friday. This may affect whether the Blastathon runs or not. More details here… http://kingfishercanoeclub.co.ukRead more "Blastathon Update – Postponed"
All this unexpected rain we’ve been having of late may of meant that I’ve been getting wet cycling to work, but it has also brought Hurley back into play. Last Wed (28th May) it was on two so I dutifully headed down after work to find possibly the highest level I’ve ever seen Hurley on […]Read more "Two, Three (odd), Four, Three and More"
ABINGDON BLASTATHON*: Kingfisher Canoe Clubs annual ‘rodeo’ at Abingdon Weir. FURTHER INFO ON ANY OF THIS: DAVE SURMAN 01865 373115 OR EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org *as featured in "English White Water" .Read more "Don’t forget…"