Club sessions are suspended with immediate effect until further notice, this includes the AGM. This will take place at a later date.
Apologies for the late reporting of the lovely trip we had to North Berwick, I was too busy preparing for the trip to Tayvallich, it is indeed a busy life this retirement lark! After planning with maps/charts/tides and wind speeds Continue reading North Berwick 20th September
The sun god was definitely on our side this weekend. Apart from a couple of very brief showers and some overnight rain, we enjoyed great weather for our three paddle days – Fri – Sat – Sun. His pal the Continue reading Tayvallich Sept 2019
Well here goes my report on our trip we assembled at the car park at Callander at 10.30 and got prepared to depart. Today was certainly going to be a fun day with 10 members all present it was certainly Continue reading Testing times on the Teith
Stevie put fingers to keyboard… River Clyde, Sunday 9th – Stevie J, Andy D, John P and Chris No swimmers on this trip however i did get my head wet with a few (successful )practice rolls so i have come Continue reading Yakkers in the mist
Last night saw a good turn out at the Water Palace for the AGM. I must admit it came as a shock when Stuart said it was AGM number 22! Can’t be that long surely? The business was gone through Continue reading Another year, another AGM!
by JFP04 » Sun Feb 11, 2018 9:00 pm Number of firsts for me on this trip! First river trip, first time out on new club boat and first trip report. From that last one, you will all work out Continue reading Tumble on the Teith
A perfect day for a perfect paddle (though when I was loading the boats at 8.30 am at -8C I was wondering what was coming ) for 12 lucky club members who turned up for a superb wee day out Continue reading Pressie Paddle 2018
As it felt like I did more swimming then paddling, I have the pleasure of telling you all about our trip down the Nith. With the plan the night before being either the Nith or the Doon depending on water Continue reading Swim down the Nith
On a cold, but beautiful winter morning Stuart and I set off from Lunderston Bay and headed north to the Cloch Lighthouse. We were expecting some strong winds, but what hit us as we rounded the Cloch was gusting force Continue reading Cold hands – cold bum