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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Day 29, Sunday, 15.02.2009

  Rain squall, raising the wind speed from 5bft to 6-7 bft The passing yachts in Broken Bay were fighting the wind more than I was affected by it, as […]
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Day 28, Saturday, 14.02.2009

Working platform (for desalination pipelines?) 100 m off the high cliffs I was tempted to paddle underneath – it was just a touch too rough…   9 am: I decided I […]
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Day 27, Friday, 13.02.2009

    Nice Southerlies these days – and I’m heading north! This is how it looked like for everybody – including me… I felt a bit guilty to not have paddled […]
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Day 26, Thursday 12.02.2009

my new rudder   The secrets of my epic 18x sport kayak…or some rumors about my boat? What am I actually paddling? Which layup is my boat? Which details did […]
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Day 25, Wednesday, 11.02.2009

Bulli Pool in the middle of the surf   The weather was marginal again that morning, again forecasted 25-35 kn following winds…I decided to stay in after the last 80 […]
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Day 24, Tuesday, 10.02.2009

“Was bei uns die Schwäne, sind hier die Pelikäne…”   One thing I hate packing in the morning is a wet AND sandy tent… :-(( It was still raining on […]
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Day 23, Monday, 09.02.2009

The look of the day – anti-seasickness clothpegs on both earlobes – they work! Plus PFD for warmth and security…   The forecast looked like a whole bunch of days […]
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Day 22, Sunday, 08.02.2009

2 Lady’s Teams from the Mollymook Outrigger Canoe Club at Ulladulla Harbour   Yep, I need to give it a go this morning, I thought, though “smelling” outside the wind was […]
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