For the first time this year I visited Hurley. I’d forgotten about the endless queuing Despite spending more time taking pictures than on the wave I managed to keep my head dry and remembered how do perform the pinnacle of all freestyles moves; the flat spin! I desperately need to get paddle fit before I […]Read more "Back to Hurley"
Yesterday we paddled the Thames from Oxford to Abingdon. and learnt a few things about locks, here. We Started at the Riverside Centre, Oxford and finishing at the Kingfisher Canoe Club hut in Abingdon. Louise, Roger, Daryl, Frances, Alistair, Neil, Kevin and Myself made the trip which took about two hours. Despite paddling on the […]Read more "Yesterday"
Today I paddled from Oxford to Abingdon along the Thames with various members of Kingfisher Canoe Club. The river was quite high and whilst travelling through the three locks on our route I discovered that the EA use a red and yellow card system to communicate the river conditions. The friendly lock keeper at Sandford-on-Thames […]Read more "Oxford to Abingdon"
So here are the photos from off the slopes. That’s Jo above with a slightly merry Chris in the background. More photos can be found here: http://picasaweb.google.co.uk/simon.knox/Skiing2009Inside Most of these are taken in the bar just up the road from where we stayed. Its name escapes me at the moment but it had a very […]Read more "Skiing: Indoors"
I’ve just got back from a weeks skiing in France with 20! of my closest friends. Okay, some of these guys I only see the one week of the year we go skiing, but we all ways have fun. And this year was no exception. There are some photos from on the slopes here. The […]Read more "I’m back"
On the last weekend of January Vicky, Andy and I visited the River Erme in Devon. We bumped in to Dave, Ben, Doug and Phil on a training course with Gene17 and I got a parking ticket. For more pictures click here.Read more "River Erme"