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Just come back from holiday with the folks in the New Forest. Still not gotten around to doing any sea-kayaking there, these are from the puffin boat. Well, next time…


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Commercial sea kayak trips in the area: liquid logistics, Woodmill, Isle of Wight Sea Kayaking.


More Cornwall Pictures

Here are links to many facebook albums. See also https://luckyblog.wordpress.com/2007/09/01/small-bit-of-cornwall-annexed-and-floated-out-to-sea/ for link to Arlett’s pics.

Cornwall 2007 Album: Penny’s Cornwall Pics

excavations Album: Sand tunnels – Daffers

chris and anna Album: Mawgon Porth Beach – Daffers

Jack Album: Goodbye Jack… Hello Jaquelin – Daffers

Watergate beach Album: Watergate Beach – Daffers

fire toys Album: Fire Toys – Daffers

baywatch dog Album: Beach pics – Daffers

Fun with sand Album: Fun with sand – Daffers

Small bit of Cornwall annexed and floated out to sea


More photos from Arlett (requires facebook login). More detailed cornwall report anyone?

Featured Blogs of the week – SWSeaKayak and Solent Kayak Pages

I think one or two lucc folk are Cornwall-bound soon, so here’s a great website to inspire you to do a bit of sea kayaking there: Mark Rainsley’s South West Sea Kayaking blog. He’s paddling the whole SW coast bit by bit, taking lovely pics, and scattering it all with tidbits of smuggler history and musings. He’s busy writing a sea guide to the area, just like the Welsh Sea Kayaking book, only about a different place, written by a different author, and with different words and pictures…

I can’t go to Cornwall… because I’ve got to go to Hampshire on holiday instead 🙂 So I’ll mostly be looking at another excellent kayak blog from the south, which is the Solent Kayak Pages blog, by Neil Goodyear. Again, lovely photos, and also very clear logistics explanations for river estuary and sea paddles, a fantastic resource.