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Jersey Symposium
Wednesday, May 31, 2006

Alun and I are at the Jersey Seakayak symposium enjoying hot sunny weather – well, hot when you can get out of the wind….. but we aren’t complaining. Today we joined a trip to “les Ecrehous”, a reef about 6 miles NE of Jersey. I’ve been there 3 or 4 times before and it’s always great to go there. No-one lives there but there are a few small houses clustered on the small rocky outcrops that aren’t covered up at high tide. At low tide several square miles of rocks, boulder beaches and golden sand are uncovered. Lots of terns, shags and other birds are the only permanent residents. Here are a few photos.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

You have a fantastic life Justine. Imagine getting paid to go kayak in all these places you end up. I'm very envious

2:42 pm  
Blogger Michael said...

Looks like a fun spot! I hope you averted your eyes in the presence of those 'shags'... So important to be as discrete as possible in these days, don't you think?


4:04 pm  
Anonymous The Kayak Blog said...

Hi there, just dropping by to say hi and introduce myself. I just started a new kayak blog, and have a link to your site on my "blogroll". I would REALLY appreciate if you could link back to my blog from yours. Happy Kayaking!

8:21 pm  

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