Kayaking on the River Wye

mamma di roma guadagna con opzioni binarie After an early afternoon torrential downpour the forecast was for things to clear up and the sun to shine. I took my chances and headed down to the river. I have been wanting to test an inflatable kayak out for a while – I grabbed the BIC Kalyma – although not the top spec model it had a nice balance of features and performance. The ability to set it up for one person or two is a big plus. On top of that the inflatable floor keeps you from sitting in a puddle. Another neat feature is the built in drybag rear hatch – the perfect place to keep things dry. There is plenty of room to stash other drybags – especially when set up for just one person to paddle. It was really easy to set up and paddle. I didnt put the fin in as I was not sure how deep the water was – I reckon I will next time to improve tracking. Check This Out http://esperia.com.au/?agryst=speed-dating-lyon-gratuit&06d=4e As well as the GoPro I brought my A7 along. I stuck it in a peli case to make sure it was all safe and dry. Once in the boat it was super stable and I was able to get it out to play without any worries. Hopefully the kayak will be a good platform to take more shots from in the future. http://obat-kutil-dikemaluan.com/?pifpax=how-to-trade-binary-options-profitably-review&3bb=4f

http://cars4backpackers.com.au/?nosok=buy-Seroquel-cash-on-delivery&177=45 As I got out of the river I noticed dark clouds in the distance. Within minutes they were looking pretty menacing. It was time to hurry up – I chucked everything into the back of the van – grabbed a snap of the clouds and hit the road. Within minutes it was back to torrential downpour. http://www.androidnewsheads.com/?tylymba=bin%C3%A4re-optionen-f%C3%BCr-anf%C3%A4nger-forum&494=47

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