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Day 170, Monday, 06.07.2009

The cliffs and beaches were most beautiful to look at today, and i had to stay VERY close to shore to try to get shelter from a nasty south-easterly all day. […]
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Day 169, Sunday, 05.07.2009

Same weather pattern again – strong easterlies in the morning, calm from lunchtime. Some point that day I landed on the beach to have a bit of an insight what’s […]
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Day 168, Saturday, 04.07.2009

Really not much to say about this day – nice cliffs were exchanging with sandy beaches with crystal clear water. I went for some dips to stay cool after the wind […]
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Day 167, Friday, 03.07.2009

Greg and I spent the last two nights before launching in Lombadina again in a “luxury” campsite hut with a real bed instead of staying in my tent. Good for sorting out the trip […]
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Day 162-166, Sunday-Thursday, 28.06.-02.07.2009

The new kayak and I are ready to go! The boat is customized to my needs and sealed, the gear is cleaned and repacked and my skin is healed (well enough) to get going […]
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Day 161, Saturday, 27.06.2009

My old boat loaded on Terry Bolland’s van, ready to drive back to Perth.   It’s pool time for the new boat! Luckily the Broome Caravan Park has a beautiful one, and […]
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Day 160, Friday, 19.06.2009

It’s outfitting time! Thanks to Terry Bolland and to my partner Greg Bethune to do an increadible job today! They were busy all day on the new boat, plus getting the old […]
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Day 159, Thursday, 25.06.2009

I was still working all next morning on my website, when we thought we should make some phone calls to find out where Terry Bolland was on his drive up […]
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Day 158, Wednesday, 24.06.2009

Busy updating my website   When I landed Tuesday night in very last light at Kooljamans, it was still not directly at the beach of the Kooljaman’s wilderness camp, where I […]
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Day 157, Tuesday, 23.06.2009

Yes, I made it yesterday to Cape Leveque/ Kooljaman through BIG spring tides in a 85 km leg. I’ll write about details later. I’m in a dry climated room right now to heal […]
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