There was a very cool breeze blowing as Margaret and I walked up Macquarie Street from the InterContinental Hotel to Parliament House.
Successfully clearing serious security, we made our way into the historic, and impressive, building almost hiding behind the familiar “colonial” façade.
“All the way to the ...
The early sunlight promised a nice winter’s day, but the forecast was for increasing wind!
So, when we erected the Club gazebo, we sought “safety in numbers”, and tied ours to the Newy Paddlers’ gazebo, and weighted the outer corners with drums of water – kindly filled by the Staff at the refurbished Stillwa...
The PNSW Marathon Series Race 7 at Davistown today got some coverage on NBN News, go to NBN News to see it.
A favourable change in the weather produced a great day for racing!
Though the water was discoloured, and running at nearly one and a half kilometres an hour - which usually means slower times - most Paddlers were very close, or better, than recent performances!
I have included the Pointscore Totals for Members' Best ...
From the Official PNSW photos, it looked like a glorious day at Mylstom. Photos can be found at http://centralcoastcanoeclub.org.au/gallery/
The "windchop" appeared to abate by start time, for good conditions on the beautiful Bellinger River.
There were 32 Paddlers from the four "Coast Clubs", including nine from ...
The Race Calendar has been revised to enable Members to attend "3 Rivers 3 Distances" at Port Macquarie on 20th August.
Our Winter Series Race 4 will now be held on 3rd September.
You can get a copy of the full calendar at 2017 CENTRAL COAST CANOE CLUB CALENDAR
Quite a nice day - except for about five minutes, when it was almost winter!
Very little wind, but the gentle, deceptive, flow out made it hard for PBs today - congratulations Mark and Cheryl Bretag!
Visitor, Scott Cunningham, is well on the "comeback trail" with improvement on his previous race - congratulations ...
As in previous races, there was a good turnout with just under 200 paddlers registered for the days racing. Despite a forecast of rain through the morning, the early drizzle had cleared away by the time most paddlers arrived at Macquarie Park. Windsor Canoe Club organised a great event with the usual coffee wagon and ...
There has been some interest in the K2 time set by Warwick Nichols and Matt Miles last Sunday.
Mick Carroll has even contacted me from Austria, to remind me that he and Jack Ward had set an even faster time some years ago, in the Double Dragon recreational craft.
The records reveal that, on the 7th November 2011, they ...
We were greeted by lovely sunshine at Lions Park, and quite a few recreational paddlers - some of whom went up to the weir, then down to the Lake, and back!
Hours of trudging 'round and 'round on the windlass yesterday, aboard the sailing ship - James Craig, (hoisting a new t'gallant spar), must have invigorated Max ...