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Terry Bolland’s story from Augusta to Windy Harbor

This story is Terry Bolland’s write up in his own Canoeing Down Under newsletter from 08.10.2009. If you are interested to get this newsletter, please send Alaine an e-mail on cdu_newsletter@aweber.com. She […]
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Day 270, Wednesday, 14.10.2009

It was only 50 km to Twilight Bay in Esperance Bay. If I would want to paddle across, it would add another 30km, and I was not up for another […]
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Day 269, Tuesday, 13.10.2009

  The wind dropped down a bit to nicely 10-15kn following, and the tide was higher than last night. All heavy reef breakers were only half the amount and size […]
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Day 268, Monday, 12.10.2009

Time to leave this magnificent campsite, though bug infested, and beautiful beach! The forecast was still strong winds, but only 20-25 kn south westerly’s. This would be a nice ride, […]
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Day 267, Sunday, 11.10.2009

  It was Sunday, and even in the sheltered campsite the wind was howling around our van. It was pancake with syrup time for breakfast, and I had half of […]
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Day 266, Saturday, 10.10.2009

    I was on the water again at 6am, with quite some strong following winds today.   I knew going around the wide headland before Point Hood would be […]
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Day 265, Friday, 09.10.2009

A huge whale vertebra we found on Pallinup Beach this morning     I kept on pushing today, as it was good conditions but with still some swell going and […]
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Day 264, Thursday, 08.10.2009

  I got up at first light to check the weather – stuck my nose out to the beach, and saw the seas were a bit less and the strong […]
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Day 263, Wednesday, 07.10.2009

(Note from Chris Cunningham: I’ll be paddling Spain’s Menorca for the next 10 days, so I won’t be able to update the blog. Freya will update when she can, and […]
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Day 262, Tuesday, 06.10.2009

  My first catch of fish in my life, two on one line!     The forecast for today was 15-25 kn headwinds all day, nothing inviting at all to paddle.   […]
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