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Taruarau (DNF) Labour Weekend 2008 | Hutt Valley Canoe Club
Hawkes Bay CC website classes the Taruarau as IV but suggests it can be run ... Labour weekend seemed the ideal time with slightly higher flows but not too ...
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Hutt Valley Canoe Club
www.riversurvey.otago.ac.nz ... Hans Vlaar – Walk of Champions – represented NZ in 1979, 1984. Thu, 07/05/2007 - 09:41 ...
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Upper Mohaka by Alan Bell | Hutt Valley Canoe Club
Back at camp, the fire was blazing and Dillon had his Dobro guitar out, ... River joined the Mohaka, so we surfed there until the rafts caught up to us, ...
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River Rag June 2006
File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat - View as HTML Ngaruroro Shuttle, access. Bryn Jones. Wairarapa Kayak Club. Terry Lasenby. Waikato Kayak Club. Barry Legge, Otaki. Waiohanga Centre. Fergs Rock n Kayak ...
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Why we must cut the log in the Hutt Gorge | Hutt Valley Canoe Club
Everyone should ask themselves the question: If someone drowns trapped under the log, will we then change our mind and want to cut it out, after the fact? ...
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Otaki River By Ange Pahl | Hutt Valley Canoe Club
Kim managed to get down with no swims on her second Otaki trip, I practiced rolling in the river and we all enjoyed the scenery. It turned out to be a great ...
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Hutt Valley Canoe Club
Dec 22, 2008 ... Here are some of the reasons why the log in the Chicayne Rapid in the Hutt Gorge should be removed in January 2008. ...
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