Paddling in November on the mighty River Tay.
Starting at Broughty Ferry Castle, we headed up the Tay towards Dundee. With Lindsay and James leading the way, and Piotr and Dominic keeping an eye on me, it was fab
Although this was to be my 7th Lamlash Splash, this was to be my 1st without a sighted guide swimming alongside me.
Last year, Rhona was my sighted guide swimmer, but as we swim at different paces, it didn’t
What an AMAZING day! The Beadnell Belta, part of the GBSUP and prone national series, hosted by the fun-loving folk at Northern SUP Race Club.
With races starting at 10am, and events going on all the way through to
Today’s paddle was an easy session, so I decided to carry out some experimentation into fuel.
40 minutes before going on the water I had a LARGE bacon roll, followed by a black pudding roll and a can of
With David, Gerry, and Rhona on the Infinity support boat on my left, and the very enthusiastic and highly motivated Niall, (back to help guide me for the 2nd time), on my right in his OC1, (Ocean Canoe),
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