Monday, May 12, 2008

Looking Back...

It's been so busy on the water, Puffins, Guillimots, Razorbills, Seals in abundance...
A pic or two looking back (from this weekend) some of the exciting things we have been getting up to isince the last entry, and we'll be trying to post every few days from now on :)
The heat is now on beginners and group bookings, for those who want a memorable adventurous experience with their friends, as well as those who wish to learn how to sea kayak this summer.
Students on our Youth Scholarship and Development program have begun their extensive training, culminating in the Norway Expedition summer 2009. Some great potential in the group, and in excellent spirits paddling with puffins and seals.

Forecast is for this delightful weather to stay (for the moment), suncream at the ready!
Excellent clarity again right down the west coast, giving clear viewing of the seabed beneith. Copious sunshine bringing water temperature heading towards pleasant, bets are that we have the first Basking Shark sighting very soon.

We'll be running the 'Introduction to Rock Climbing' course - as a 2 day block this coming weekend, looking forward to that!

A few shots from the May Bank Holiday - Anglesey Sea Kayak Symposium, attended by Adventurous Experiences staff, en masse! Could only display a few, a really enjoyable few days, and so good to catch up with everyone. A big thankyou to Nige, Phil, Snowie and the folk at Sea kayaking UK :)

Sam waiting for the ferry at Liverpool docks...

The Finnish contingent arrived for their tailored 5 Day Sea kayaking course, with six Instructors taking the new BCU 3* Sea Award and 4* Sea Leadership Training, following previous training and assessments in the Helsinki area, by Keirron Tastagh over the past few years. The group utilising the modern lecture room and different stretches of coastline around the island. A fantastic week guys, looking forward to seeing you again in August!
(cheers for the atmospheric picture, my camera had given up..)
Finally, some memorable moments from Corporate Training days; using off-site locations around the island, as well as our on-site stunning river-side, glens and hillside. Luck with the weather seems to continue..

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