Friday, 15 November

From gold back to cold on Loch Gairloch Mountain and Sea Scotland Friday, 15 November, at 18:31


On this day of peerless autumn weather, the beach at Big Sand was a small piece of paradise.  With no breeze the sunshine felt warm on the face...and the views, oh the views!  It would have been easy to spend hours on this beautiful beach, but as you can see from the shadows behind our boats, the short autumn day was already wearing on.  By the time we got on the water for the final leg of our paddle back to Strath the sun was already low in the south western sky.





Sardaigne Est : mare e monti Merci pour le kayak ! Friday, 15 November, at 17:36

Un projet, une réalité… Pour notre rando de septembre/octobre 2019, nous avons été ambitieux : débarquer à Olbia pour faire un tour des îles de La Maddalena, traverser les Bouches de Bonifacio, via les Lavezzi, pour atteindre la côte sud de la Corse, et revenir vers La Sardaigne. Magnifique plan de navigation ! Mais les […]

Naxos Sea Kayak Symposium: il primo symposium greco di kayak! Tatiyak Friday, 15 November, at 15:00

Sono appena arrivata in Grecia per il primo symposium di kayak da mare organizzato a Naxos.
Ne avevamo già parlato sul blog lo scorso mese di marzo, quando avevo ricevuto l'invito a partecipare come insegnante: il Naxos Sea Kayak Symposium si preannuncia come un grande evento!
Non solo perché è la prima volta che la folta comunità greca di kayaker si da appuntamento in mare ma anche perché è organizzato in un'isola straordinaria nel cuore delle Isole Cicladi!


Stanno per iniziare 4 giorni di sessioni tecniche in acqua ed altri 4 giorni di navigazione guidata intorno alle bellissime Piccole Cicladi, che abbiamo già visitato durante il no...

Video, Wild Swimming Nirvana SimonWillis.net Friday, 15 November, at 12:39

Arisaig is sea kayak central.

The reasons for this also make it a superb location for open water swimming.

Those reasons don't need a long explanation, you only have to look at a satellite image of the area (below).

If an Almighty Deity smashed a rock with celestial sledge hammer, scattering the fragments across the sea, it would look like this.  The Arisaig Skerries are spectacular.

The nearest starting point is roughly 1km away, so that would be 2km of swimming before you started on the best bits.

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Thursday, 14 November

November 14th - Cadboro Bay- Flower Island (#44) Mike Jackson's Paddling Journal Thursday, 14 November, at 21:45

I went for a morning SUP around the Bay and made it out to Flower Island. It is interesting to me that the SUP is just over half as fast as the surf ski (not sure how much of that is the vessel and how much is the paddler!). The first birds I saw on the water were buffleheads, but I also saw hooded mergansers, belted kingfisher, great blue heron, Canada geese and more.

click to enlarge
4 km, YTD 325 km.
PS, looks like I could easily make my 50 paddles/year goal, but not so sure about 500 km this year!

November 13th - Cadboro Bay (#43) Mike Jackson's Paddling Journal Thursday, 14 November, at 04:02

I went for a nice afternoon paddle on the surf ski. Conditions were nice and I saw a good number of birds including harlequin duck, black oystercatcher, hooded merganser and pigeon guillemot in winter plumage. It was good to be back on the water!

click to enlarge


8 km, YTD 321 km

Wednesday, 13 November

Wonder after wonder on Loch Gairloch Mountain and Sea Scotland Wednesday, 13 November, at 19:22


From the beach at Port Henderson we looked straight out across the Minch to the "Long Isle"; the conjoined islands of Lewis and Harris, the more mountainous skyline to the left of this image is An Cliseam and the hills of Harris.  The two small dark islands just showing to the centre right of this image are the Shiants.....they're a destination which is most definitely on my radar for an expedition.




Ledkryss ny favorit bland silversmyckena kajak.nu Wednesday, 13 November, at 19:11

Ledkryss i silver har Pia gjort både som örhängen och som smycke för halsband ganska länge. Senaste halvåret har de tagit lite fart och är de som säljer bäst i silverkajakshoppen. De har glidit ikapp och förbi både silverkajaker och blåmusslor. Kul och lite oväntat 🙂 Spana på www.silverkayak.com

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Kayak Instructor Life: Skills day Paddling Otaku Wednesday, 13 November, at 16:11

Every wonder what the life of a kayak instructor is like after paddling season? It looks like this. Paddling in bad weather to work on skills. I will paddle as much as I can between now and next season to make sure my skills stay sharp.


 

Isole Baleari in kayak: il mio primo libro! Tatiyak Wednesday, 13 November, at 15:27

E' stato appena pubblicato dalla casa editrice milanese Magenes il libro "Isole Baleari in kayak: alla scoperta di Maiorca, Minorca, Ibiza, Formentera" scritto da Tatiana Cappucci (codice ISBN 978-88-6649-036-4).
Non riesco a spiegare quanto la cosa mi renda felice!
Il libro è frutto dei numerosi viaggi in kayak organizzati e promossi da Tatiyak nel corso degli ultimi 10 anni, sin da quando nel 2009 abbiamo per la prima volta completato la circumnavigazione dell'isola di Minorca durante il periodo invernale compreso tra Natale e Capodanno.
Da quella prima volta siamo tornati spesso alle Isole Baleari, da soli ed in compagnia, per scoprire le bellezze naturalistiche delle isole grandi e piccole dell'arcipelago pagaiando in kayak da mare, convinti come siamo sempre stati che la terra vista dal mare è sempre più bella.


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Tuesday, 12 November

Yttre Gården Kollbergs Kajakblogg Tuesday, 12 November, at 17:54


Torö Stenstrand Kollbergs Kajakblogg Tuesday, 12 November, at 17:51


Video, Sonder Camino Ti Review at Six Months SimonWillis.net Tuesday, 12 November, at 16:40

The Sonder Camino Ti has helped me re-discover the joy of off-road cycling, so it's no secret I like this bike.

However, there are shortcomings.  Niggles, really.  But let's go back a step.

To learn why I bought the Sonder Camino rather than the Kinesis titanium bike I had as a demonstrator, please check out this video.

My Titanium Test video sets out the comparison between the two and explains why I think the Camino is a good bike and one heck of an astonishingly good price.


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Monday, 11 November

Esami finali del corso istruttori di secondo livello FICT 2019 Tatiyak Monday, 11 November, at 23:30

Si sono svolti lo scorso fine settimana a Pedaso (Fermo, Marche) gli esami del corso istruttori di secondo livello promosso ed organizzato dalla FICT in collaborazione con la locale associazione Stella Polare: il 9 e 10 novembre 2019 si sono ritrovati sulla costiera adriatica gli 11 aspiranti istruttori che erano stati ammessi alla prima sessione di maggio.
Sono stati tutti promossi e hanno tutti dimostrato di essere dei validi insegnanti di kayak da mare!
Sotto un cielo plumbeo che solo nella tarda mattinata di domenica si è aperto quel poco da permettere al sole di illuminare le ultime prove di salvataggi assistiti, abbiamo lavorato al programma stabilito dedicando il giusto spazio sia alle prove pratiche in acqua che alla presentazione delle tesine in aula...

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Älemossen måndagsmys kajak.nu Monday, 11 November, at 19:34

Idag tog vi oss en promenad vid Älemossen uppe på Hallandsåsen. Vi tycker vi är rimligt flitiga på att röra oss i närområdet men denna mosse har vi missat helt och hållet tidigare. Finfint område och go promenad. Lite ruggigt i vinden men på det stora hela supergött. Skåneleden passerar tvärs genom/över Älemosse och Lya ... Läs mer...

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From cold to gold on Loch Gairloch Mountain and Sea Scotland Monday, 11 November, at 19:30

When a few days of very good weather coincided with the height of the autumnal colours and some planned leave from work, it was much too good to miss!

With a firm forecast for settled conditions starting three days ahead, Allan, Lorna and I looked at where we might go.  We discussed various options and settled on two days of paddling, one on the sea at Gairloch and one on fresh water at Loch Maree.  The nights are fairly long in the north of Scotland in the last week of October, and the forecast was for particularly low temperatures overnight.  As we weren't doing a continuous journey it seemed a good idea to use a commercial campsite in the area to allow hot showers and the chance of evening meals in a pub.....no point in suffering unnecessarily!




We had a journey of about four hours from home in Aberdeenshire across the country then north to...

Sunday, 10 November

North Fork Vacation 1st Full Day - Lazy day with a walk on the beach Frogma Sunday, 10 November, at 04:34

We checked into the Sunset Motel in Greenport late in the afternoon on Sunday to 20th. We went to find some dinner in town and passed the Long Island Kampground, where I've had a great time camping during the North Fork weekends that Sebago used to do regularly - it was a pretty soggy night, though, so I have to admit that it was nice to be driving past it to a nice dry room and not trying to keep the rain out of the tent. Especially since we were both on the tail ends of colds.

Monday turned out to be an absolutely gorgeous day, would've been great for kayaking, but with both of us still being under the weather, we ended up just having a quiet day. I'd brought some leftovers, so decided we would have those for breakfast rather than going out, and seeing me pretty happily ensconced on the sun porch with a book and a cup of tea, TQ asked me if I'd mind if he went...

Saturday, 09 November

Arctic Sea Kayak Race (ASKR) del 4 Padlemia Saturday, 09 November, at 19:35

Hovden. Her koste vi oss lenge til lunsj. Kort ramble var på Sørsanden, og planen per nå var å møte dem på Sunderøya for å slå leir for natten. Sist vi sjekket meldte det sur vind om kvelden og i meste laget for de minst erfarne morgenen etter. Det er jo en ting å bli sittende værfast, men man skal jo helst kose seg på tur, også.
(Har du ikke lest første etappe ennå, så finner du den HER,  andre etappe HER. og tredje etappe er HER)

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In Remembrance Mountain and Sea Scotland Saturday, 09 November, at 18:51



In remembrance of all those men and women who have given their lives in the service of their countries, those who still suffer the physical and mental scars of the conflicts in which they served; and those who are left with loss and grief


"At the going down of the sun, and in the morning, we will remember them"


Long-distance Walking KAYAKCOBBER adventures on Sea and Land. Saturday, 09 November, at 18:29

Well i saw my old Blog was under lots of dust..or better to say: Under a layer of thick SeaSalt.
Blast from the past....

For me no adventures on sealevel anymore..Dus to my eyes i had to give up on this one. The Glistering of the sea and reading Charts and Compass is not possible anymore. Or see buoys....
Instead i tried walking..this became long-distance walking. And last few years i covered over 20000+ kilometers overhere in Europe.


North Cape by foot


Friday, 08 November

Four Years Ago - first paddle after surgery Frogma Friday, 08 November, at 20:28

Photo by our friend Frank F. 

Great memory for today!

This was my first post-mastectomy paddle. I had my surgery in October 2015 and one month very nearly to the day after that I was back in my boat. November 7th. It was one of the shortest paddles TQ and I have ever done together, he and our friend and clubmate Frank just took me to the "Jeep Marsh" (so called because of the engine block that's rusting away in the inlet to the marsh - that's urban paddling for ya, but it's still a pretty place, and close enough that when tides permit, it's a favorite destination...

Sea kayak award into the wind... Tatiyak Friday, 08 November, at 11:04

Le previsioni avevano previsto tutto: una giornata di bassa pressione ed una con vento forte!
E' stato tutto confermato e mentre il sabato abbiamo fatto una serie di esercizi lungo la costa rocciosa del promontorio del Circeo, alla domenica abbiamo dovuto trovare rifugio nel Lago di Sabaudia.
Le raffiche sono arrivate puntuali alle 11 del mattino, appena finita l'introduzione teorica sull'uso corretto e sicuro della cima di traino: quando siamo saliti in kayak il vento ha continuato ad arruffare le acque del lago interno con una costanza tale da rendere estremamente divertenti tutti le prove pratiche, sopratutto quelle relative al timone di poppa nelle sue variegate declinazioni.
La nuova didattica promossa dalla British Canoeing permette all'insegnante di concentrarsi sulle esigenze specifiche dei singoli allievi ed in questo corso, tra le altre cose, ho avuto modo di focalizzare l'attenzione sulle differenze tecniche tra pagaia europea e pagaia groenlandese: dopo i primi consigli, e con mia grande soddisfazione, due degli allievi hanno proseguito tutta la giornata con la pagaia groenlandese, arrivando loro stessi a trarre interessanti considerazioni sulle diverse groenlandesi in uso, una in legno più lunga e pesante e l'altra in carbonio più corta e leggera. E di certo le divergenze osservate non si sono limitate alla forma e al materiale ma sono presto giunte anche alla comprensione di vantaggi e svantaggi sia nella pagaiata in avanti che in alcune manovre s...

Traditional Qajaqers of the South (TRAQS): March 26 to 29, Lake Placid, Florida Greenlandorbust.org Friday, 08 November, at 00:32

Dates: March 26 to 29

Location: Lake Placid, Florida

Description: Do you want to learn how to efficiently paddle using a traditional “skinny stick?” Learn to roll, or finally perfect that forward finishing hand roll? Always wanted to throw a harpoon or paddle a traditional skin-on-frame qajaq? TRAQS is the event for you, whether you’re just starting or you’re an advanced paddler.

Our mission is to spread the joy, benefits and cultural aspects of Greenland paddling in Florida. We adhere to the Greenlandic and Qajaq USA principles of mentoring and sharing our passion, skills and knowledge.

Contact: For more information, click HERE.

Thursday, 07 November

Garden Update - end of season fried rice Frogma Thursday, 07 November, at 17:38

Haven't done a garden update in ages - well, I pretty much neglected it horribly all summer and yet somehow it still grew things to eat. Aren't these carrots beautiful? "Carnival Blend" from a Colorado company, Botanical Interests. Sadly, the purple on the purple carrots is only skin-deep, once you peel 'em they're just orange. They were all good to eat, though.

Carrots were a new experiment, they worked pretty well. I pulled these ones the day we got home from vacation, completely ignoring the tall grass that was all over the place. 

Antique Oar & Paddle Set Paddle Making (and other canoe stuff) Thursday, 07 November, at 15:58

Unfortunately, no details on this set of antique paddles / oars found on a stock photo site...






Wednesday, 06 November

Powered up on Loch Ericht Mountain and Sea Scotland Wednesday, 06 November, at 22:07


After our hillwalking diversion we had a cup of tea on the shore before getting back on the water to complete our return leg up Loch Ericht to Dalwhinnie. Near to Corrievarkie is the turbine house for a hydro-electric power scheme.  This station produces 2.2MW of power and is fed from Loch Garry in the hills to the east of Loch Ericht.  There's a 55 metre height difference between the lochs which gives the "head" for the water.  This scheme is part of the larger and widespread Tummel hydro network.




Pilgrimsvandring kajak.nu Wednesday, 06 November, at 18:58

När det ska fotograferas och filmas pilgrimsvandring kallas de mest vana vandrarna och de mest religiösa vandrarna in. Så därför stod vi framför kamerorna en solig dag i krokarna av Värnhem. Eller så var det för att ingen annan ville eller hade lust… Bakom kameran stod fotografen Lukasz Larsson Warzecha samt bredvid och runt kameran ... Läs mer...

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Tyne Tour Jimski's Blog Wednesday, 06 November, at 14:58

The Tyne Tour is run by Hexham Canoe Club and is a weekend of sociable paddling on the North and South Tyne rivers.

At this time of year the Autumn colours are at their best and this year the festival was blessed with excellent water levels.

Most stretches of water are grade 1-2 with occasional grade 3. This is perfect territory for open boating, and for those taking their first steps in white water kayaking.

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Tuesday, 05 November

Relaxing in Maine with a Touch of Grief On the Big Sea in a Little Boat Tuesday, 05 November, at 22:22

This is our third year going to Mt. Desert Island and we still love it. Several of the families we talked to kept saying that every year they want to go somewhere else for vacation, but end up right back at the same campground. I figure why mess with success when it comes to a week of relaxation.
We have plenty of other opportunities for excitement.....
Our first two days were very chill. We got our camp site all set up the first day after a leisurely drive. The second day we hung around the camp site for most of the morning. In the afternoon, we did a really nice hike across from Echo Lake. There were some pretty steep sections, but the views were spectacular. We also started our "Handstands in ME" photo collage on the hike. There is no place where Bug will not try a hand stand.
Monday, our third day, started out nice. We made our usual run up to the Gathering Spot for pastries, coffee, and daddy-daughter chit chat. Then the cat sitter called....
Alex, our cat, had been up and down since the winter, but nobody really knew what was wrong with him. At first we thought it was just asthma and put him on steroids, and he bounced back. Then as summer wore on, he started getting more and more picky about his food and generally just slowing down. He'd do great for a while; then not so great. We were planning on having some more testing done after vacation, but it seems like he had other plans...
The sitter said he looked pretty bad and that he needed to see...

11/2 - A Beautiful Paddle With A Seal Sighting! Frogma Tuesday, 05 November, at 19:40


April 2018 drawing based on one of Artie Raslich's lovely seal photos from an American Princess sealwatching trip that year. BTW, the American Princess whalewatching season with Gotham Whale has been extended - it's been a great year for seeing whales right here in NYC, and the whales are still here and being seen, so they're going on through November! 

Trip Report, 11/2/2019
So I went for a beautiful paddle with TQ and Chris C (a clubmate who isn't on FB) today - Chris had suggested it t...

Inkvember? Ruffle Bar Seal Sighting Frogma Tuesday, 05 November, at 05:26


As promised/threatened - here's a quick sketch of our Saturday seal sighting on Ruffle Bar!

BTW, speaking of drawing, I did pull off a mostly successful Inktober. I fell off the one drawing a day pace while we were on vacation, but in the end there were 31+ drawings for the month, one for every prompt with a couple of bonus drawings, even! I'll probably write more about that on another night but if you're interested in seeing what I drew, I put them all in a Flickr album. Click here to view.  

Monday, 04 November

Do you know how to fit a backpack? Paddling Otaku Monday, 04 November, at 23:28

I am guessing you don't. In the past 13 years I estimate that I have fit 9 to 12 thousand backpacks on people. All kinds of people. New backpackers, experienced backpackers, you name it.

Here is the thing, most people think they know how to wear a backpack. The problem is, they don't. If you have never been fitted for a backpack by a professional then I can almost guarantee you are wearing a backpack too low on your hips. Similarly, if you have never taken a kayaking lesson I can almost guarantee you are paddling wrong. I've written about this before, it is one of my pet peeves. Someone walks into a store, takes a pack off the wall and puts it on. They don't check size on a pack, they don't make any adjustments, they don't put any weight in the pack, and then they proudly proclaim "this feels great!" Well, guess what? Every pack feels great when there is no weight in it. You need to have your torso measured, which is hard to do without a sizing tool, and you need to have weight in the pack to really tell what it is going to feel like.

This was the driving reason behind writing "The Simple Guide to Backpacking." Pack fitting and pack selection are both covered along with a lot of other things.

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Meet the Rangers – Captain Debrah Volturno! Extreme Sea Kayaking Adventures Monday, 04 November, at 08:45

Editor’s note: This is number three in our Meet the Rangers series. Now that Captain Jim Kakuk has become Vice Admiral Kuk and stepped back, Deb is our Captain although the Admiral reserves the right to have the last word. Also a big thank you to all the Rangers who took the time to write […]

The post Meet the Rangers – C...

Sunday, 03 November

Oktober 2019 kajak.nu Sunday, 03 November, at 16:04

Vi startade oktober med en liten stugbilsutflykt. Vi hängde även med på en go paddling på Hjörneredssjön med ett stort gäng. Riktigt gött väder på Västersjön blev det dessutom på oktober månads sista paddling. Blev även ett mycket trevligt besök på Köldknäppen hos Uthuset.

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Saturday, 02 November

DJI Mavic Mini kajak.nu Saturday, 02 November, at 18:19

DJI som är störst bland flygande drönare för fotografering, filmning och lek släpper nu DJI Mavic Mini. Tokigt liten och väger endast 250 gram. Vi tycker vår Mavic Air är rimligt kompakt och lätt med sina 430 gram men Mini är klart lättare och lite kompaktare. Upp till 30 minuters flygtid sägs det. Överlag en ... Läs mer...

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Höstflygmorgon hemmavid kajak.nu Saturday, 02 November, at 06:45

Måndag till onsdag denna veckan ar det varit grymt fint höstväder. Strålande sol och lite krispiga mornar. I måndags var det extra fint morgonljus så drönaren (DJI Mavic Air) fick flyga en runda hemmavid. Kul med lite från-ovan-bilder.

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Friday, 01 November

The Giving Season The Ikkatsu Project Friday, 01 November, at 18:58

The last two months of the year is the time when the donations to non-profits are at their highest. Most charitable organizations have a year-end giving campaign that tries to focus on getting their story out, showing why each is a good candidate for donor dollars and where the donations go, the programs and the personnel that make it all click.

The Ikkatsu Project is no exception to the rule....

Musee de Quai Branly Cree Replica Paddle Making (and other canoe stuff) Friday, 01 November, at 14:20

Back in the summer I was working on three more historic replicas. One of the paddles was a reproduction of a pole-grip, Cree paddle dated to circa 1930-1935. The original with a black painted blade is in the Musee de Quai Branly in Paris, France.

Pagaie
Géographie :  Amérique –  Amérique du Nord –  Canada
Culture :  Amérique –  Cree
Date :  1930-1935
Dimensions et poids :  158.5cm  x 12.5cm, 647 g
Donateur :  Paul Coze
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Garphyttan av Johan Skullman kajak.nu Friday, 01 November, at 07:12

Garphyttan är ett nystartat friluftsmärke som till att börja med har kläder i sortimentet. Bakom Garphyttan ligger Johan Skullman som av många känns igen som en av Fjällrävens profiler. Han har jobbat med Fjällräven i många år med att ta fram kläder och utrustning. Tanken verkar vara bra grejer till lite vettigare priser och det ... Läs mer...

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