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Flat Earth Kayak Sails Footloose '80 preview.
Introduction.  I was in Glasgow getting a steroid injection into my right shoulder in clinic F then having a pint of blood drained from my left arm in clinic P when I heard the news that a parcel from Australia was waiting for me at my summer home on the So...
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Duncan Winning OBE
Today,  I received a phone call from Gordon Brown to tell me that Duncan Winning OBE died yesterday. He had been ill for some time.  I send my sincere condolences to Duncan's family.  Duncan was a father figure in Scottish sea kayaking and because he gave o...
Duncan Winning OBE
Duncan Winning OBE
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Duncan Winning OBE
Today,  I received a phone call from Gordon Brown to tell me that Duncan Winning OBE died yesterday. He had been ill for some time.  I send my sincere condolences to Duncan's family.  Duncan was a father figure in Scottish sea kayaking and because he gave o...
Duncan Winning OBE
Duncan Winning OBE
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A fourth luncheon on the machair at Silver Sands
We stopped on the southern side of the Silver Sands of Smirisary and... ...made our way up the shore to the... ...closely cropped machair which backs the beach. Here, below a rapidly sinking sun, we partook of our 4th luncheon which we washed down with a no...
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The hidden isles and recesses of Loch Moidart
 We left Castle Tiorum and continued...  ...our exploration of the South Channel of Loch Moidart. The wooded sides of Riska island fall steeply into the blue waters of the loch. Our tour of the inner Loch Moidart continued past Eilean an Fheidh (deer isle) ...
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Fair birlin' doon the loch to Castle Tioram.
We left Shoe Bay and set off up the South channel of Loch Moidart with both a fair wind and a flood  tide behind us. We were soon birlin' doon the loch at a most respectable rate of knots. As we paddled deep inland, the loch narrowed and the wind dropped. T...
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Setting off hell for leather to Shoe Bay.
Donald quickly disappeared over the horizon towards the mouth of the South Channel of Loch Moidart.  We had arranged to meet at Shoe Bay for our third luncheon. We fully expected he would be there long before us. Unfortunately for Donald, the various entran...
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Paradise lost and found and a miserable rock at Cul na Croise (Eden).
 We  had just set off from Camas an Leige on the north Ardnamurchan coast when Donald appeared from the west. He had very nearly made it round Ardnamurchan Point but wisely turned back due to increasing swell. We could not resist landing again and this time...
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A little west of Eden.
26/03/2017  From Smirisary we paddled south along the rugged coast of Moidart which... ...is split asunder by the straight and narrow north channel of Loch Moidart. The view through the channel to the SE leads to the summit of Garbh Bheinn (885m, "rough mou...
A little west of Eden.
A little west of Eden.
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