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Jens is paddling his Fenn Swordfish in Stockholm city.]]>
Helen visited the team Fat Paddler last year and held a kayak rolling class in Australia.
(Thanks Sean for permission to use the image)]]>
Patric is breaking through the ice in the harbour
We had a nice evening paddling to Valö
Johan and Patric in the cabin
The lighthouse gives good protections from winds from north
We took a short walking trip at sunday morning
Patric is packing the new club kayak from Kayakpro
Johan is packing his Clapotis
I have started to use a Braca IV Wingpaddle last year.
Johan is pulling his kayak on the ice. The ice is pretty thick the last 50 meters.
I took the opportunity to practice my kayak roll. I’m doing alright but it isnt as graceful as Johan’s roll. Johan does it really good. Watch and learn.
Barnens Ö is located close to the Stockholm International Airport, only 80 km, if you are interested in attending.
Dawid Mocke in Norway, during the ASKR 2011.
The program contains:
More information is found at globalsurfski.com.
Vaida is showing some balance skills in a Nuka from Arrow Kayaks at the ASKR.]]>
Winter paddling in Sweden. I had to swim a few times. Good clothing with good insulation is essential. I use a dry suit from Ursuit. Neoprene gloves and hood.]]>
Johan in his Clapotis Sea Kayak and Patric in his Surfski from Zedtech. Just before we got the headwind at Böttö.
Lunch break by the light house. The light house stairs protect us from the wind.
16 km each way from the harbour to Vinga. I was so tired and fell asleep in the cinema later in the evening.