Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Expedition Kayaks: Trip Report - One Degree South

Expedition Kayaks: Trip Report - One Degree South: Our goal was a simple one, a single day paddle from Sydney's Cronulla Beach, 117km down to the northern outpost of Jervis Bay, the coastal …

Read the full trip report through the link above

Friday, March 16, 2012

Expedition Kayaks: GPS Trace of One Degree South

Expedition Kayaks: GPS Trace of One Degree South: We have a secret weapon in our support guru Andrew Eddy. He has compiled our average speed from the GPS each of us had running on the One De...

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

One Degree Done….

We arrived in to Currarong last night at 10.25pm, after 14hrs 55mins paddling with half an hour on the pebbles at Bushrangers Cove. Total distance was 117km, & we did the 'one degree' at 9.30pm, so fourteen hours for any prospective idiots out there considering putting themselves through the same wringer any time soon.
A terrific, challenging & most satisfying paddle. Trip report to come.
Chris, Mark & Rob.

Monday, March 12, 2012

We're Off!

Tomorrow is the day, follow our progress via SPOT Tracker HERE.
Thanks to Andrew Eddy who volunteered to be our land crew & transport back to Sydney as soon as heard we were going.
Mark, Rob & Chris.

Update, you can also follow Mark's Spot track here -

Sunday, March 11, 2012

A window….!

We're all trying desperatley to rearrange ourt lives to catch this first proper window since December. Not tghe howling conditions we were hoping for, but the best outlook for quite some time, especially Wednesday/Thursday:

Fingers crossed, we all wish we were still in the same condition were in, in January….