Monday, 26 July

Black Pearl – Patrick Chantrel Björn Thomasson Design Monday, 26 July, at 22:34

Black Pearl – Patrick Chantrel

Hi Björn,

Now my Black Pearl is finished. Built in paulownia, during 2 months. I'm very happy. She is only 14.9kg!

Thank's a lot for your design.

Link to my blog...only in French. :-(
http://www.corby44.net/wordpress/kayak-black-pearl/

Regards
Patrick CHANTREL

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Årstein circumnavigation Padlemia Monday, 26 July, at 14:00

Pundslettrenna, Årsteinkanalen, det verserer forskjellige navn på den lille kanalen som er en 10 på skjæret-post. Den ville vi gjerne samle med oss når vi først var i området, så da vi våknet enda en morgen til flatt hav var saken grei – turen skulle gå rundt Årsteinøya.

Har du ikke lest de første innleggene om turen så ligger del 1 HER og del 2 HER.

A Reluctant Return The Ikkatsu Project Monday, 26 July, at 05:15

Back in Wrangell now after almost three weeks out at Cape Decision. It was another great trip, with amazing people out there at the edge of the map, doing important work in one of the most stunningly beautiful places on Earth. There will be more details to come in the next few days and weeks but for now, I can say that a dozen volunteers over two of those weeks cleaned four separate beaches, removed almost a half-ton of debris, set up one new deposition study beach and carried on deposition data collection for the 4th straight year on another section of Kuiu Island shoreline.

Special thanks to the Cape Decision Lighthouse Society once again for the great symbiosis and to the volunteers wh...

Sat 24/07-2021 Day 585 Freya Hoffmeister Monday, 26 July, at 04:40

Pos: 68.3531,-166.7311
Loc: Point Hope
Acc: Hilleberg Keron 4 tent
Dist: 39,9 km
Start: 05:30 End: 20:15

As wind and seas are supposed to come up in the afternoon, I know we have only two choices: Either we launch very early, best when I first hear the seas and wind are calm, which is just after midnight. I am woken up by the passing quad bikes anyway more than once, but I decide again and again we will risk a late start and might not feel comfortable out there on the sea anymore sooner or later, all the forty-kilometers way to Point Hope. We might be tempted to haul over into the lagoons where we have to do three portages instead of finally possibly only one.
As it is Saturday and we will miss the last opening time of the post office anyway before Monday morning, we are in no time rush and can afford the likely longer lagoon and portage time – and longer sleeping bag time. We expect our food parcels to have arrived. Karel’s forecast is bad for Sunday, and Monday/ Tuesday should be even worse. So, we have all time of the world today to reach Point Hope via the sheltered lagoon way with some portages. But did I measure the last portage properly?
We get up at four in the morning, and the first hour on the water feels just fine. But it breezes up from south-west blowing onshore too soon and the seas rise accordingly too early to get the thought out of my mind – what are we doi...

Fri 23/07-2021 Day 584 Freya Hoffmeister Monday, 26 July, at 04:34

Pos: 68.1773,-166.0094
Loc: past the cliffs
Acc: Hilleberg Keron 4 tent
Dist: 49,5 km
Start: 05:540 End: 15:40

It is the day for paddling past a challenging line of big, towering cliffs. The forecast is good enough to do so, it is rather a low onshore wind today. But there are also calmer days, and I would also have been happy to split the remaining distance to Point Hope into three days and camp just before the cliffs start. But as the weather on Sunday is supposed to be nasty and even Saturday might breeze up and whip up too early to be comfortable, it will have to be two days. So, the cliffs are now to pass at the end of today. The sea is calm enough when we launch, and even the surface gets smoother by the hours.
Jeff is fighting once more with helping me to free my jammed rudder fin. My launching line system is not strong enough to pull the fin out when it is stuck with that perfectly ’fitting’ gravel on these beaches. If I would have been myself, I would have to launch more carefully, differently, or simply jump in the water to pull the fin out.
We lose track of counting our Alaskan beach ‘milestones’, the carcasses of mostly walrus. We find one which feels like regularly every mile. We get to about twenty today, more or less fresh and more or less sunken into the sand, plus maybe two belugas and some seals. One walrus still has a tusk, sure we land, stupidly side by...

Sunday, 25 July

Sud Italia Kayak Tour 2021: le foto da Capo Miseno a Castellammare di Stabia Tatiyak Sunday, 25 July, at 23:38

Nisida by night dalla spiaggia di Bagnoli...

Due cuori e una capanna...

Sud Italia Kayak Tour 2021: le foto da Terracina a Capo Miseno Tatiyak Sunday, 25 July, at 22:48

Questa caletta è uno scrigno di ricordi preziosi!!!

Il Vesuvio come...

Sud Italia Kayak Tour 2021: il diario da Terracina a Capo Miseno Tatiyak Sunday, 25 July, at 22:47

Domenica 18 luglio 2021 – 1° giorno di viaggio
Terracina – Salto di Fondi: 3 km
Sereno variabile, brezza leggera SW

Partiti! Finalmente in mare!
Dopo giorni di preparativi ed imprevisti, siamo pronti per un nuovo viaggio in kayak: da Latina al Gargano, oppure dove arriviamo!

Non abbiamo un obiettivo prestabilito, solo il desiderio a lungo covato di pagaiare lungo le coste dell’Italia meridionale, alla scoperta degli angoli più nascosti e suggestivi, preferibilmente lontani dalle solite rotte turistiche.

Per le prime settimane ci accompagna Claudia, un’amica di lunga data di Cagliari con cui abbiamo già pagaiato a Minorca, in Sardegna ed in vari altri raduni italiani nel corso degli ultimi anni: festeggiamo così nel miglior modo possibile la sua meritata pensione anticipata!

Il nostro amico Carlo ci accompagna all’imbarco a Terracina e riporta la Mauromobile a casa prima di sera. Doveva trattarsi di un impegno di un paio d’ore ma quando arriva noi siamo già in ritardo di un paio d’ore. Usciamo di casa in pieno pomeriggio, mentre comincia a piovere e tutti pensiamo alla stessa cosa: viaggio bagnato, viaggio fortunato!

Il povero Carlo si sobbarca anche un’inaspettata sfacchinata per spostare i kayak dallo scivolo di alaggio del porticciolo turistico alla vicina spiaggia attrezzata: un disguido con la Guardia Costiera ci costa qualche inutile discussione ed un lungo pellegrinaggio ava...

Sud Italia Kayak Tour: il diario da Capo Miseno a Castellammare di Stabia Tatiyak Sunday, 25 July, at 22:46

Venerdì 23 luglio 2021 – 6° giorno di viaggio
Spiaggia Verde di Capo Miseno - Bagnoli: 20 km
Sereno – moto ondoso da traffico marittimo

Le case che sovrastano la Spiaggetta Verdesono delle fattorie piene di galli canterini che iniziano ad augurarci il buon giorno ben prima che inizi il giorno. Meglio questi schiamazzi mattutini di quelli notturni inflitti da un manipolo di ragazzi sul motoscafo che ha gettato l’ancora davanti alle nostre tende e che ha trasformato la baietta in una discoteca notturna: imprecazioni varie, tappi per le orecchie e materassino bucato (il terzo dall’inizio del viaggio!)

Il risveglio è quindi tutt’altro che allegro ma riceviamo la visita a sorpresa di un canoista locale che, passando vicino alla costa, ci ha notato ed è sbarcato per salutare e per chiedere numi sul nostro giro: ad avere tempo, ci dice, lo farei anch’io, ma dovrò aspettare la pensione.
Ci sentiamo un po’ vecchi ma dec...

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One bike to rule them all? ALWAYS ANOTHER ADVENTURE Sunday, 25 July, at 16:52

Think of it as a mid-life crisis motorbike, but without the motor.

Actually, don't.  I've already had several of them and I'm probably past mid-life now.  Just think of it as a treat to myself.  

My excellent road bike is showing its age.  My gravel bike is great, but a little heavy.  

Could I find one of the new generation of carbon, lightweight gravel bikes that would be at home on virtually any surface, road or trail.  

Spoiler alert - I still don't know.  

I bought one but it'll be a while before I know whether it fulfils every criteria.  Still, it'll be fun finding out, and that's the thing which counts.  Unlike most of the videos on Always Another Adventure, this one is a personal blog involving a trip back to my roots.

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Sat 24/07-2021 Day 585 Freya Hoffmeister Sunday, 25 July, at 07:47

Pos: 68.3531,-166.7311
Loc: Point Hope
Acc: Hilleberg Keron 4 tent
Dist: 39,9 km
Start: 05:30 End: 20:15

Day off tomorrow, will write then for Friday and Saturday

Saturday, 24 July

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THE DUBCAST WITH DUBSIDE: Special Guest Wayne Horodowich The Dash Point Pirate Saturday, 24 July, at 07:19

IN THIS EPISODE:

Sea kayaking coach and founder of the University of Sea Kayaking, Wayne Horodowich, talks about how he came to produce a number of instructional sea kayaking videos including the “Greenland Rolling with Maligiaq and Dubside” two part DVD series, and also discusses his close friendship with the legendary sea kayaking pioneer Derek Hutchinson.

LINKS:

University of Sea Kayaking

Performance Video: Kent Ford's Canoe Kayak Video Instruction (free downloads)

Capsize Recoveries and Rescue Procedures

The Skin Boat School

Building the Greenland Kayak : A Manual for Its Construction and Use by Christopher Cunningham

Greenland Rolling with Maligiaq & Dubside Part 1

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Fri 23/07-2021 Day 584 Freya Hoffmeister Saturday, 24 July, at 05:30

Pos: 68.1773,-166.0094
Loc: past the cliffs
Acc: Hilleberg Keron 4 tent
Dist: 49,5 km
Start: 05:540 End: 15:40

To tired, update tomorrow

The Rocks, The Rocks On the Big Sea in a Little Boat Saturday, 24 July, at 04:57

 I got early clearance for paddling thing week because I was looking for a chance to get some real ocean action. H was happy to give it, but questioned how excited I was about going. She wasn't wrong; I really wanted to paddle, but also didn't really want to get up earlier enough to make a 9am put in in Newport.

The pandemic has mostly eliminated all of the hours between 1am and 8am from my life. Child doesn't really go to bed until 10pm and with my commute consisting of the short hall from the bed room to the kitchen, with a stop at the fridge for coffee, there is no need to get up before 8am.

Newport at 9am means being on the road by 6:30am which means being awake at 6am. It also means being awake enough to get ready quietly so as not to rouse the child or the dog, which would rouse the wife and make her day harder....

Last night I packed up the truck and set my alarm noncommittally. I got up and felt it, I'd go. If I hit snooze, there will be other paddles....

At 6:15 my watch buzzed me awake and I slid out out bed. I quietly gathered my paddling clothes, so as not to wake anyone while changing. Walked out into the kitchen expecting the dog to stir, but he just looked at me like I was an idiot for being up so early and put his head right back down...

The conditions were primed for a good paddle; moderate winds of 10-12knts and moderate swell of 2ft. Because King's Beach is exposed to the open ocean and littered with shoals and rocks it...

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Friday, 23 July

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Report & Advice from the Scottish Sea Kayak Trail ALWAYS ANOTHER ADVENTURE Friday, 23 July, at 17:15

In June/July 2021 Hannah and Frodo completed the whole trail in under two weeks. 

 They have some great advice for doing the shuttle at the end of the trip, and some warnings for anyone thinking portages around tricky bits might be easy - they're not.  

 Hannah has kindly allowed me to publish her email to me, because I think others will find it helpful.

In the spirit of helping others, I'll put her most...

Thu 22/07-2021 Day 583 Freya Hoffmeister Friday, 23 July, at 04:01

Pos: 67.9357,-165.0940
Loc: lagoon bar 2
Acc: Hilleberg Keron 4 tent
Dist: 45,0 km
Start: 06:50 End: 15:05

From yesterday afternoon around four o’clock, conditions were acceptable, but not pleasant yet. I peeped out of the tent a couple of times in the night. From midnight onwards, it was calm, the seas came down and conditions looked peasant again. But my sleeping bag looks very pleasant as well, as much as my paddling partner is deeply sleeping. No reason to force it and to get up earlier than necessary. I am not in a race here and need to catch up on the missing day, not at all. We are fully in schedule so far. So we get up early at four-thirty, but not too early, and get reminded the ‘night’ is colder than the day, though daylight is twenty-four hours here. Though there is barely any wind, I am freezing this morning on hands and feet, though we paddle with good pace to and into the Kiwalina lagoon – once more up a swiftly flowing outflow. This time, Jeff manages to get in without dragging his kayak upstream, follows in my wake and we find ourselves easily in the lagoon. What seems to be new here is a dam with a bridge connecting Kiwalina Island with the mainland. A powerline runs along, and we see some buildings inland. Is it a waterpower station? My satellite images show none of those.
We stroll along the village side early morning seven-thirty, and see seven people. A teena...

Thursday, 22 July

Kayak Fishing in the UK ALWAYS ANOTHER ADVENTURE Thursday, 22 July, at 22:02

How big is kayak fishing in the UK? More to the point - how big will it become? Because in the US it is big.
Pesda Press (who also publish my book) clearly think there is potential to grow.
Hence this new publication in their Practical Manual series. It's the first on the subject this side of the Atlantic, with our different fish species and fishing techniques.
It's aimed less at the kayaker, more at the angler who fancies trying kayak fishing. Andy Benham...

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KAYAK SOLAR DIARIO DE KAYAK Thursday, 22 July, at 18:57

Marcelo ha creado su kayak electrico movido por energia solar y ha superado un reto de 700 km navegando las islas baleares leer más

 

Wed 21/07-2021 Day 582 Freya Hoffmeister Thursday, 22 July, at 04:38

Pos: 67.6745,-164.3408
Loc: lagoon bar
Acc: Hilleberg Keron 4 tent
Dist: 0 km
weaher day

It was blowing around 20 knots inshore since yesterday afternoon, which finally whipped up the sea in an unfriendly way. We decided to stay in today completely, though conditions got slightly better in the late afternoon, but not good enough not to postpone our new start to next early morning. Hope this will be fine then!

Not much to report today, a rest day in the windblown tent with a lot of rain, with a lot of reading, talking, picture editing, eating, drinking and sleeping. Just gathering new energy to start over again, hopefully tomorrow!

Wednesday, 21 July

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Betalda undersökningar kajak.nu Wednesday, 21 July, at 10:05

Betalda undersökningar kan vara ett sätt att få en liten inkomst. Räkna dock inte med någon högre timlön. Fast å andra sidan kan det vara ett uppdrag som kan utföras varsomhelst och som varken kräver att man passar tider, behöver ha kollegor, klädkod, lägga tid & ork på pendling osv. Med mobilen i näven kan ... Läs mer...

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Avviso ai naviganti! Tatiyak Wednesday, 21 July, at 09:58

Sud Italia Kayak Tour 2021 - AVVISO AI NAVIGANTI!

Siamo solo al terzo giorno di viaggio ma abbiamo già capito che sarà molto diverso dai precedenti: non ci sono le taverne sulla spiaggia, come nelle nostre amate isole greche, e spesso mancano anche le spiagge libere, gonfie di ombrelloni fino alla battigia!

Selezionare le foto in tenda non ci piace quanto trascorrere intere serate a tavola! 😋

Quindi cambiano strategia: scriveremo brevi resoconti di viaggio sul blog e sui social corredati dalle foto scattate a terra con lo smartofono ed il resto delle foto realizzate in navigazione dovranno attendere le eventuali soste forzate per maltempo... 

Tue 20/07-2021 Day 581 Freya Hoffmeister Wednesday, 21 July, at 04:53

Pos: 67.6745,-164.3408
Loc: lagoon bar
Acc: Hilleberg Keron 4 tent
Dist: 44,9 km
Start: 06:50 End: 14:50

It is a calm morning, and we almost fall asleep on paddling. Music out! But no stripping my dry suit top this time, I will hold myself back with speed not to get too sweaty too soon. Jeff asks if I have another playlist for ‘rhythmical paddling to music’ without speeding up? No, sorry…but I can adjust my speed to anything or anyone while still paddling to the music – which I do all morning. It carries us all the quite boring beach coast to the ‘Red Dog’ mining site through sun and heavy rain shower. At the loading jetty, some guy is waving from the manned tower at the top, likely checking also if we smoothly pass under the bridge as the huge sign at the beach allows, without attaching a bomb or such… We just see a tugboat dragging a loaded barge out to the six large ships waiting on anchor for their loading turn. No yellow tons around telling you to keep out. The mining site has a large processing hall painted in the US and Alaskan flag colors. Neat! Some tanks, some container office and living space, and endless orange containers piled up for – what? I actually do not even know what they are mining here for, likely some rare metal. We just see a tugboat dragging a loaded barge out to the six large ships waiting on anchor for their loading turn. But any industrial sites close...

Tuesday, 20 July

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Mon 19/07-2021 Day 580 Freya Hoffmeister Tuesday, 20 July, at 06:01

Pos: 67.3447,-163.8201
Loc: rivermouth
Acc: Hilleberg Keron 4 tent
Dist: 42,3 km
Start: 06:30 End: 15:15

Nobody or rather no animal was tripping into our banging bear fence tonight, and we are hoping no animal will ever do. We lost already a safety pin of one of the banger units, but thank goodness, I have spares and will tie the pins now to the unit. Taking the fence down is as easy as it can be, and we are ready to leave early at six thirty in the morning. The shore break is more friendly than yesterday, and I animate Jeff again to launch his kayak by himself without my help and with taking little water, if any. Unfortunately, I forget to explain that the shore ground is at some point sloping really steep downhill under water, and that one has to get afloat before, and without hooking the stern. I help Jeff a little, and off he is! On three more starts after shore breaks, he does well and is finally quite able to speed-launch himself. My own launchings are also not always perfect and dry, but with more experience, chances are getting better day by day.
We are still afloat on perfect sweet water, and are having a nice push from behind with the current. The south-easterly wind freshens up, pushes us along but also makes the landings less friendly on a now quite steep gravel beach. On two of my launchings today, my rudder fin is completely jammed with gravel, and Jeff has to work...

Monday, 19 July

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Sun 18/07-2021 Day 579 Freya Hoffmeister Monday, 19 July, at 06:19

Pos: 67.0735,-163.3884
Loc: before Cape Krusenstern
Acc: Hilleberg Keron 4 tent
Dist: 43,1 km
Start: 08:05 End: 17:10

Loading time is seven o’clock, an easy getup, as nights were short the last three days. We are on the water an hour later, and hug and wave Mary and Brad goodbye. The lovely couple were wonderful hosts and looked so well after all our needs. Brad will even make the effort to get us his shotgun including a waterproof sleeve to Point Hope! Thanks so much to both of them! Meanwhile, my sister Charlotte and our Anchorage host Josh posted our food parcels to Point Hope and Barrow. And I got the news from home my HUGE gear parcel is safely back in my house. I need to research this useless unsuccessful package trip and like to claim my shipping money back.
We start the day with another crossing, but this time without nightmares on Jeff’s end, as conditions are as mellow as we were hoping for on the big crossing. I forgot to mention on the big crossing I had once more this mysterious time jump of three hours on my GPS – we paddled out of the Territorial Sea of the US-waters and back in like I did on my crossing to Nome – but this time I know what happened! The international time zones run generally in stripes around the earth, but some countries have exceptions.
We reached land again at the small fishing shack community of Sheshalik with maybe twenty cabins in quite...

Sunday, 18 July

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A recovery roll on the Sound of Sleat Mountain and Sea Scotland Sunday, 18 July, at 19:49

The final morning of our trip to Loch Hourn was the first day of May, though you wouldn't have known it from the rather chilly early morning temperature.  While the paddlers carried our boats the short distance to the water at our camp site......





.....Donny boarded "Guppy" on the other side of the reef and motored off back towards Glenelg in order to arrive at high water an...

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Sat 17/07-2021 Day 578 Freya Hoffmeister Sunday, 18 July, at 09:00

Pos: 66.8916,-162.6084
Loc: Kotzebue
Acc: Brad and Mary’s house
Dist: 0 km
rest day

More online work, parcels with some surplus gear shipping back to Anchorage, and I learned my BIG parcel my son was packing for me from my home with replacement gear is back home in Germany…without any notice on the tracking update that it could be picked up. What a useless “priority” shipping service from DHL, I will complain and ask for my 200 € shipping money back. But in the end, I do not even need things out of that box anymore, and I do not need things to fly home. And I just learned my trustworthy manager Ilona retrieved it from the porch delivery and put it back into my house. Puuuh!
Brad and Mary went out of their way to make us a lovely home with home-cooked food and driving us around, and it looks like they also find a way to finally get us one of his shotguns to Point Hope where we might become in need of the valuable piece. Thanks so much!
We will keep on paddling tomorrow. Again three nights with little sleep…too much managing work. Thanks to all my helpers on this trip!

Fri 16/07-2021 Day 577 Freya Hoffmeister Sunday, 18 July, at 02:19

Pos: 66.8916,-162.6084
Loc: Kotzebue
Acc: Brad and Mary’s house
Dist: 0 km
rest day

It is my sister Edda’s 60th birthday today! Happy birthday to Reading/ London! My other sister Charlotte, based for years in Big Lake close to Anchorage/ AK, is of invaluable help for my logistics operating out of Anchorage a couple of times, thanks once more for her assistance!
As much goes my appreciation to all other helpers on my trips who give me a hand, room, and logistical support. In Kotzebue, it is now Mary and Brad Reeve, the general manager of the Kotzebue radio station, who is looking after us. Thank you so much!
In return, we give a double live interview this morning on the radio, with Lorena Moses as a moderator. Nice talking to you! Brad drives us to the local supermarket Alaska Commerical, which offers most things people need including fresh veggies and fruit, but it is the first time I refuse to afford me my regular fruit load with prices about three to four times as high as in Anchorage, not to talk about the lower 48th or even Mexico. But we have enough supplies and have sent food parcels ahead to Point Hope and even Barrow. Thanks a lot to Josh Goldstein and my sister Charlotte to have posted them!
Mary is cooking lovely meals, and we have nothing to suffer besides me having the regular workload once online and in a town. Brad is helpful to find a possible lea...

Thu 15/07-2021 Day 576 Freya Hoffmeister Sunday, 18 July, at 02:18

Pos: 66.8916,-162.6084
Loc: Kotzebue
Acc: Brad and Mary’s house
Dist: 60,2 km
Start: 06:20 End: 19:00

It is crossing day today! Jeff is admittedly nervous and is already awake before me and has been out for the bathroom before I wake around five o’clock in the morning as usual. The sea is looking calm, the forecast for today stays the same for the last three days: Up to eleven knots west to the south-west, afternoon up to seven knots south-west to south, seas thirty centimeters. Yesterday, it was ten centimeters. I know that the following wind all day is not necessarily relaxing and pushing us over a not necessarily calm water surface, but I also did not count on the shallow bay whips up so much. It is nothing more than Jeff has taken on along the coast and successfully managed, but out here without a closeby shore, and over such a long distance, I admit the conditions are challenging for the young man in his not very stable, slim kayak. But what is not killing him makes him only tougher…
Jeff is physically strong, but only moderately experienced in long-distance kayak trips. To be successful in what I am doing for years, the main part is to be mentally strong to take on whatever is thrown at you by mother nature. You might be physically strong, might have reasonable paddling skills, but when your mindset is negative, it might fire back on you at some point. Jeff is unfortu...

Saturday, 17 July

THE DUBCAST WITH DUBSIDE: EPISODE #9: Greenland Paddles for Everyone! The Dash Point Pirate Saturday, 17 July, at 08:39

 

Dubcast 9 CD

Iisaavaraq Petrussen - Tarnima Teqeqqui Ornillugit

 

IN THIS EPISODE:

Dubside discusses Greenland paddles, from hand-carved wood to factory produced carbon fiber, and contemplates the intangible rewards of coaching.

LINKS:

Walrus Pull (Qajaq Japan)

The Greenland Paddle Forward Stroke

SSTIKS: South Sound Traditional Inuit Kayaking Symposium

Beale Paddles (Don Beale)

Kajakkspesialisten Norwegian Wood Paddles (Anders Thygesen)

...

Friday, 16 July

Finnøya og Risvær Padlemia Friday, 16 July, at 16:43

Da vi våknet på Finnøya var det like flott vær som da vi la oss i teltene kvelden før. Flatt hav, solskinn og varmt. Vi hadde ikke planen klar, men det lå en tur gjennom Risvær i lufta. (Har du ikke lest del 1, så ligger den HER.)

Men først måtte man stå opp, spise frokost, og nyte livet. Jeg tok fram fiskestanga også, den var...

Sea Kayaking on the Decline and Canoeing Bounces PaddlingLight.com Friday, 16 July, at 16:26

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Thule/2 – Roger Olsson Björn Thomasson Design Friday, 16 July, at 13:05

Thule/2 – Roger Olsson

"Hej Björn 

Bifogar en bild på vår nya Thule 2 "XL", som du ritade åt oss i vintras. Den har just varit ute på sin första flerdagarstur (längs VänernsDalslandskust), och vi tycker att den bestått provet mycket väl. Relativt gott om plats för såväl packning som paddlande pensionärer, bekväm att sitta i och samtidigt lättare och roligare att paddla än vår gamla "pråm". Inte minst är den betydligt behändigare att hantera på land och lyfta upp på biltaket – jag har lyckats hålla ner vikten till runt 20-kilosstrecket.

Det tog mig ca 190 timmar att bygga den - väl använd tid.

Stort tack och bästa hälsningar
Roger"

Thu 15/07-2021 Day 576 Freya Hoffmeister Friday, 16 July, at 08:53

Pos: 66.8916,-162.6084
Loc: Kotzebue
Acc: Brad and Mary’s house
Dist: 60,2 km
Start: 06:20 End: 19:00

Crossed to Kotzebue, all ok. Update tomorrow! Too tired

Thursday, 15 July

Programma autunnale di Tatiyak Tatiyak Thursday, 15 July, at 23:48

 Stiamo per andare in viaggio in kayak!
I corsi riprenderanno quindi a metà settembre!!!
Ecco il programma:

SETTEMBRE 2021
Sabato 18 

Domenica 19
Corso di introduzione al kayak da mare

Sabato 25 e Domenica 26
Esami Istruttori di base FICT - Latina
 
Giovedì 30 

OTTOBRE 2021
Venerdì 1, Sabato 2 e Domenica 3
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Sud Italia Kayak Tour 2021! Tatiyak Thursday, 15 July, at 14:49

E' quasi tutto pronto per il nostro prossimo viaggio estivo in kayak da mare!
L'abbiamo chiamato "SUD ITALIA KAYAK TOUR 2021".
Sottotitolo: da Latina al Gargano, oppure dove arriviamo!
Non solo per la rima ma proprio per l'intento del viaggio: iniziamo a pagaiare in tutto relax, vediamo quante miglia al giorno percorriamo e dove le nostre braccia saranno capaci di condurci e... ci accontentiamo!

Come per tutti gli altri nostri viaggi in kayak, cercheremo anche questa volta di raccontare le nostre tappe in campeggio nautico in tempo (quasi) reale, ogni due o tre giorni di navigazione, connessione permettendo.
A differenza di tutti gli altri nostri viaggi in kayak, però, stavolta non abbiamo "costruito" un blog dedicato, ma pubblichiamo gli aggiornamenti e le posizioni dei nostri campi direttamente sul blog principale di Tatiyak (questo che state già leggendo)!
Come per tutti gli altri nostri viaggi in ka...

Wed 14/07-2021 Day 575 Freya Hoffmeister Thursday, 15 July, at 03:38

Pos: 66.5565,-163.6017
Loc: land’s end
Acc: Hilleberg Keron 4 tent
Dist: 0 km
rest day

Oh, how nice was the sleep with the outlook not to get going today! I wake at my regular four thirty in the morning, but I do have not to wake Jeff as usual who is deep asleep. Already yesterday morning, he turned around once more, “Oh, please give me five more minutes!”. I notice he needs his rest after this week’s of daily paddling, and we get it today. Jeff is almost all day deep asleep, not even reading, not to talk about a hike which I am up to in the late afternoon. “I need all my energy for the BIG crossing tomorrow!” Well, no problem.
I finish this morning yesterday’s blog entry, and edit all our pictures, ready to upload them in Kotzebue with hopefully good internet. Brad Reeves, the general manager of the Kotzebue radio station, is so kind to look after us while in town. Thanks!
After some lunch snacks, I also have another nap, before I get my bum out in the buggy sunny afternoon. The dress code is long bugproof pants which I thankfully have with my softshell leggings, all-purpose Muck boots which I fold down half as they are quite warm today, plus my long-sleeve fluffy jacket which also keeps the bugs away. I could have easily lived in shorts and t-shirt today, but my all-body bug net-suit I left at home. I never used that piece before, and likely never will. A head net m...

Wednesday, 14 July

500 baddagar i rad kajak.nu Wednesday, 14 July, at 20:03

Igår firade vi vår baddag nummer 500 i rad. Det är ju alltid en början 🙂 Firade som sig bör med bad såklart 🙂 Känns som en skaplig Badstreak

Inlägget 500 baddagar i rad dök först upp på kajak.nu.

Tue 13/07-2021 Day 574 Freya Hoffmeister Wednesday, 14 July, at 19:14

Pos: 66.5565,-163.6017
Loc: land’s end
Acc: Hilleberg Keron 4 tent
Dist: 39,9 km
Start: 06:45 End: 18:05

If my sharp eye is not wrong this morning, there is a bear track overlaying my drag mark of my kayak hull from yesterday evening. We slept well and undisturbed, but with the outer tent quite open for a better round view. Maybe the bear also took one? No traces close to the tent. All the three times I woke for a pee, everything outside was quiet. The night was sunny all hours, we both slept as always with a scarf around the eyes. But five minutes after we get on the water, fog sinks down, covers the sun and does not lift again all day on the ocean coast. Maybe we should have paddled in the sunny night hours? But it is easier said than done to shift the biorhythm, at least for me.
The fog comes with the light north-westerly onshore wind – I think. For the crossing to Kotzebue, I would love to not only have calm winds, but also open sky. But we have paddled seven days in a row now, and are contemplating to have a rest day before the crossing. Jeff has never done this distance on the open sea without getting out of the kayak, is a bit apprehensive and likes to be as fit as possible. The same with me, I my body does not mind a rest day either before we start. Both next days are okay to cross, but Thursday has some south-westerly tailwind before it swings also to north-west, t...

To perler på tur Pouls kajakblog Wednesday, 14 July, at 11:57

Linnea ville gerne med på en tur på fjorden i sin Black Pearl. Vi tog af sted på en herlig sommerdag i hver vores "perle".

Der var ikke den mindste krølle på vandet, så vi spottede en sæl på Karrebæk Fjord. Det er første gang jeg har set sæl der, så det var en oplevelse for os begge.

Tue 13/07-2021 Day 574 Freya Hoffmeister Wednesday, 14 July, at 06:42

Pos: 66.5565,-163.6017
Loc: land’s end
Acc: Hilleberg Keron 4 tent
Dist: 39,9 km
Start: 06:45 End: 18:05

We will have a rest day before the crossing to Kotzebue on Thirsday, I will write the day’s update tomorrow! Too tired.

Tuesday, 13 July

Sawyer Water Filter Bottle Review PaddlingLight.com Tuesday, 13 July, at 19:24

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Mon 12/07-2021 Day 573 Freya Hoffmeister Tuesday, 13 July, at 05:16

Pos: 66.5817,-164.3975
Loc: coast after the last exit
Acc: Hilleberg Keron 4 tent
Dist: 38,6 km
Start: 06:50 End: 15:20

I slept well, no nightmares about a dozen bears and musk ox entering our tent. No new traces around the beach either. But while packing, a furry bugger dares to stroll along on top of the low grass ledge of the dunes. I see him first, make myself big and shout at him loud. Jeff soon joins the performance, as well as the bear, at least in regards of making himself big to get better scent of us. There is no wind this morning, so the likely teenage bear cannot smell us, has no good eye vision as all bears, and cannot put us anywhere. He runs parallel to the dunes, instead of into the hinterland, making himself big about five or six times more. Poor guy, do we irritate you? Sorry, you are just not welcome while we are packing our kayaks! Soon, you will get your territory back, just for yourself. We have just been guests here for the last night. So far at least for “no bear traces on the beach…”
A fox is running away from the beach when we are nearing, straight off a dead seal. Later, we find two dead walrus on one spot, one fresher and quite blown up, sitting high on the sand, but the head buried with apparently no tusks. I assume he died because he lost them already afloat. The other carcass has an open rib cage, well eaten by the bears, according to the traces aro...

Monday, 12 July

Årstein til Finnøya Padlemia Monday, 12 July, at 19:42

Kanonvær og helg! Plutselig ble det klubbtur på kort varsel, flere fikk en veldig turtrang da det led mot helg. Litt fram og tilbake, så landet vi på en tur i Årstein-området. I tillegg til meg ble Wenche, Berit og Leif-Hermann med.

Vi kom oss heldigvis av gårde fredag ettermiddag, tross min dårlige form de siste dagene. Veien er kort fra Årstein til Finnøya der vi skulle campe, så det skulle jeg all...

Sun 11/07-2021 Day 572 Freya Hoffmeister Monday, 12 July, at 06:01

Pos: 66.4638,-165.1780
Loc: coast between last two exits
Acc: Hilleberg Keron 4 tent
Dist: 37,0 km
Start: 07:35 End: 16:10

What a good night’s rest, in drippling rain almost all night. We change our routine to having breakfast inside the tent, as it is mostly too chilly to sit after packing on the kayak and relax before the start, watching the surf (if there is any). It also gives Jeff time to heat water for our thermos bottles. I usually eat my oats with cold water, but a bit of hot water added to the very cold should freeze my inside less on having breakfast, I think…unfortunately, this morning it almost feels like eating porridge, which I hate. But it disappears inside anyway.
Jeff is fighting once more with the ridiculous small front hatch of his kayak on packing. Yesterday, he ripped a drybag in this process. But he is getting there, though I am already floating not to get too chilly. We launch into a foggy morning. I am glad to have my GPS to find the lagoon exit we are planning to take today. We are sick of fighting shallow water, though calm, and dare to be out on the open sea today which proves to be very calm. Any wave action on the exit over the shallows is mellow and one can paddle just right through.
We get out of the kayaks at the last sandy corner to have a look, but nothing scary is showing up. We enjoy the water movement on crossing the opening, and everyth...

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