Stuart writes… For once the forecast was right! We met up at 10 on Sunday morning under a blue and mostly cloudless sky at Lunderston Bay and equally unbelievably we were on the water by about 10:30! With nothing more Continue reading Across the watter!
Stevie J writes… The sky was that bleak shade of grey that is so common this time of year however there was a promise of some sunshine in the afternoon and I had in my possession a “gumtree special” Kayak, Continue reading Fishing the Doon
This trip had been in the planning for a few weeks and then suddenly it was tile to load the cars with paddling and camping gear! Due to it being the school holidays the campsite at Loch Ken was pretty Continue reading Loch Ken capers
Neil reports… A weird Sci-Fi story to tell . . . . but more of that later. Stuart and I made a last minute decision to take advantage of the good weather before the heavy rain and high winds come Continue reading The Bubble from the Deep
Prior to getting on to the river at Callander I reached the verdict that with the experienced personnel taking part and the fact that this was my first trip on a river, I was the hot favourite to write the Continue reading Jim’s Jaunt on the Teith
Well the alternative to Arisaig provided excellent! The Friday was lovely and sunny and we had a short paddle that afternoon eastwards along the loch. Saturday’s paddle was westwards initially in sunny calm then a stiff breeze in our faces Continue reading Resipole
Sunday saw our first visit to the white water course at Pinkston this year. It was great to see so many members out on the water having fun – including some very new paddlers! Talk about getting thrown in at Continue reading Pinkston Capers
Last Sunday saw nine paddlers set off from Seacliffe Beach to make the short crossing to the Bass Rock in glorious sunshine. Although it was quite early in the season a good number of gannets had arrived and were busy Continue reading Gannets and Ice Cream