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The joys of Jersey
Saturday, December 31, 2005

I've just returned from 10 days in Jersey. That's the ORIGINAL Jersey - in the British Channel Islands, home of the famous Jersey cow and Jersey Royal potatoes! And my parents. I managed to combine the family trip with a bit of a paddling holiday with Gemma Rawlings. We took the ferry to Jersey so we could take all our toys. Jersey is a very pretty island with 40 foot tides and strong currents so we were looking forward to some fun exploring. We were hoping that we'd be able to paddle to some of the other Channel Isalnds which are lovely - in particular we wanted to make the 12 mile paddle to the small island of Sark where the only means of transport are tractor, horse and cart, bicycle and foot. Unfortunately it was too windy to make in to Sark but we enjoyed some good sea paddling aswell as some lovely walks and a bit of bouldering. The pictures are of Gemma and Kevin Mansell exploring the cliffs and caves near Greve de Lecq beach, and playing in 'the Tour de Rozel' tidal race on a particularly windy day!


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