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Monthly Archive: December 2006

24
Dec

Expedition at work!!!

In November I accompanied a group of students on a 10 day expedition. They are 1st year students of Outdoor recreation , and most have started kayaking this year. We walked for 5 days over a couple of peaks, and reached the headwaters of the Clarence river , then spent 5 days descending the 200km …

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21
Dec

My Own site up and running!

I have been taking some downtime lately, due to a leg injury and operation that went bad, but in the re-hab time I have completely rebuilt my www.riverkore.com site. My aim was to make to update able by all of our riverkore team and present it as a showcase of our adventures. You will find …

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18
Dec

Burning Around Ecuador

After a record setting Fall of floods here in the Northwest, my wife Lise-Anne and I decided to escape the short days and cold water of BC and head south to Ecuador for a month. This was my first trip to South America and it could be best described as a posh boating trip or …

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17
Dec

Some shots…

Gradually winter is arriving here in middle Europe and therefore there’s not too much paddling action possible here at the moment (unfortunately I don’t have a ticket to the southern hemisphere or something like that this winter…). So I decided to put a couple of pictures of last season onto the page.    

08
Dec

Billy Jones checkin in

Hey everyone, its asheville nc based pyranha kayaker billy jones here with some photos to check out.I look forward to using the team blog to spread the word on some new adventures soon,but for now here are some shots from the past on rivers and creeks all over the U.S. and Canada,including vancouver island, bc …

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07
Dec

Sunbury Ninja,

With the Thames still flowing high & Shepperton rather washed out,  me and Jon headed of to Sunbury for a black ops secret ninja paddle.  The water was high and to enter the wave took some imagination, we got there in the end ;).  Then off to wwtcc for tea & work  

04
Dec

4 Gates & a Sailing Boat. It Could Only be the Hurley Classic!!

After much debate as to whether the event was going to be on or not, finally the time came for the Hurley Classic. A mixture of gates, some amusing classes and some good friends made for a great event.

01
Dec

Bus Eater… November. What’s with that!!

Hey Paddling world, Seems that global warming has hit the Ottawa Valley.  Should be skiing by now.  But it was 10 degrees and sunny.  So off to bussy!  enjoy, Matt