Day 38, Tuesday, 24.02.2009

Ray, Freddo and Will, my friendly “early morning stalkers”   Sticking my sleepy head out of the tent early morning 6am to find a bush, I was surprised to see […]
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Day 37, Monday, 23.02.2009

    Planned destination for today was Woolgoolga. On passing Coff’s Harbour, it looked inviting to go in, and I tried to give Henry van der Kolk’s brother a call […]
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Day 36, Sunday, 22.02.2009

What a lust to paddle today! Feeling well rested after NO internet and phone acces last night, fell asleep at 8.30 pm alst night. Moderate following winds, low seas, waves […]
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Day 35, Saturday, 21.02.2009

This day was all about a unattendent floating kayak in the harbour, an encounter with local paddlers and a lifesaving crew baot, a bird landing on my kayak and paddle, heavy thunderstorms […]
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Day 34, Friday, 20.02.2009

   Destination Crowdy Head – I noted on my map „fishing harbour“, but haven’t had that really on my mind when I came around the headland…so the pleasure was great […]
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Day 33, Thursday, 19.02.2009

  Another one of those luxurious paddling days – flat water, gentle rolling swell, nicely following winds…Elizabeth Bay was the destination. Leaving Fingal Bay I was passing through some smaller […]
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Day 32, Wednesday, 18.02.2009

The first pleasant paddle after all those rough days! What a relief! Gentle rolling swell still, but no more breakers on the open water…and amazingly all Bluebottles are gone as […]
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Day 31, Tuesday, 17.02.2009

  This was supposed to be the last rough paddle day – for now. The seas should go down tomorrow. You simply can’t stand to paddle a longer distance than […]
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Day 30, Monday, 16.02.2009

Henry van der Kolk (my host in Terrigal) and Paul, owner of Mirage Sea Kayaks, adding an electrical pump to my current epic 18x sport sea kayak.   On my […]
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