In this episode of #AskPaulKirtley canoe maestro Ray Goodwin joins me to answer questions on inflatable canoes and kayaks, sleeping in a canoe, avoiding wrist pain when paddling, the merits of back-paddling vs aggressive forward paddling, advice for a first-time multi-day canoe tripper, thoughts on canoe saddles, which bug suits to get and when to use them, what skills are needed for a river Spey trip, advice on storing and transporting canoes in the UK and what experience is needed to move to larger rivers with rapids and stronger currents?
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Links For This Episode of #AskPaulKirtley
PK Podcast 013: Ray Goodwin On Continually Evolving Adventures By Canoe
PK Podcast 009: Leon McCarron & Tom Allen On Making Meaningful Journeys, Off The Beaten Track
The Open Canoe Association
This Is Canoeing (DVD)
How To Care For Your Axe: 3 Easy Steps
The Original Bug Shirt Company
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