Thanks to Heather we have some photos from Bude trip.
Symonds Yat 2018 in photos
Symonds Yat trip this year was big success in terms of number young people on the water. Thanks everybody for making the trip real pleasure!
Things we learned: wet wood doesn’t burn easily 😉
Happy paddling and see you next year, or see you in Bude soon!
Big thanks to all good people which helped cleaning River Stour on Saturday. Quick facts: Three shopping trolleys fished out this time, we haven’t seen car park so packed for a while (spring is late and cold this year, but finally arrived). Amazing job, good spirit, thumbs up!
Big thank you to Terry Mullen, for the amazing shots from Hamoon weir yesterday. This is just a missing piece of puzzle as we didn’t manage to get on time from Start line to Hamoon.
Below is just “teaser” of what you can find HERE.
Christmas party 2017
A big big SVCC ‘THANK YOU’ to Matt for once again organising our Christmas Party and with the support of Sous Chef Spurty thank you too delivering another excellent feast.
I’m led to believe that when it was getting hot in the kitchen Carol showed them some of her holiday snaps taken in environments even hotter- not sure if this helped but thank you to ‘Judith’!
And even in his absence Austen was able to make us all smile with his ‘Face Mats’.
There wasn’t a lot of water around so Saturday saw most of us swimming in Cardiff – well most of those who made it down to the Principality whilst the teenagers paddled and showed how it should be done.
Sunday saw some enjoy the scenery that envelops the River Usk while Julian and Elliot ensured that Simon, Lewis, Spurty and Tony ‘got down and dirty’!
Yes, borrowing down in the nether regions of the Brecon Becons we went Caving and not only discovered what a Blouder Ruckle is but wriggled, twisted, crawled and slid until we had navigated one an episode never to be forgotten so a big thank you to the Herbert-Smiths.
Oh and everybody who was there give yourselves a pat on the back for making it such a great weekend hopefully the pictures will tell the story, however if you want to discover what happened down there in ‘them there’ caves then you’ll have to ask those who were there!