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Highlight for album: PHOTOGRAPHS FROM A RECENT OUTING AT CHICHESTER HARBOUR
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PHOTOGRAPHS FROM A RECENT OUTING AT CHICHESTER HARBOUR
This outing to Chichester harbour was a new experience, but after towing the punt nearly 800 miles (round trip) conditions were not right. After 6 hours afloat the area did not show us 1 duck.
Despite the obvious disappointment at not firing the big gun, the outing was still great fun, and with a suitable invitation would readily be repeated.

Last changed on 11/21/02. This album contains 6 items.
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Highlight for album: PHOTOGRAPHS FROM WIGTOWN BAY SCOTLAND
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PHOTOGRAPHS FROM WIGTOWN BAY SCOTLAND
Wigtown bay is a fairly small bay consisting the estuaries of the rivers Bladnock and Cree.

All punting is now firmly controlled by permits, as the area in now a local nature reserve.

Launching is independently contolled by the harbour master and both permissions are required for access.

Last changed on 10/21/05. This album contains 38 items.
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Highlight for album: OTHER PICTURES OF PUNTGUNNING INTEREST
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OTHER PICTURES OF PUNTGUNNING INTEREST
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Last changed on 05/15/04. This album contains 12 items.
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Highlight for album: PHOTOGRAPHS FROM THE RIVER HUMBER ESTUARY
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PHOTOGRAPHS FROM THE RIVER HUMBER ESTUARY
The river Humber is recognised as one of the 10 most dangerous waterways on earth.
My first outings (and attempts) were from Patrington Haven (the same as used by Stanly Duncan who went on to form WAGBI later to become BASC).

Any outing from this haven has to coincide with fairly high (spring) tides that coincide with first and last light requiring about 11+ hours afloat. going out with the morning tide and returning with the evening tide. This can be hazardous if problems are encountered with weather,punt or health, as no easy rescue is possible from the punting areas.

Last changed on 12/01/02. This album contains 5 items.
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