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Surviving on whale carrion?
Saturday, February 23, 2008



Not quite dusk yet. Up at 5am, there was a storm due so we decided to try a dash. Had a calm 3 hours before the wind started. Landed in Lee Bay. It's wild here now. Though we're unlikely to starve as there is a dead whale on the beach!





[alex on behalf of jc]

4 Comments:

Blogger CHEz said...

Aye up tart, Finally logged on to take a look at your adventure, you've gone miles already, good work. Agree that the hospital outfit wasnt the best, at least now we can share heli rescue stories. Got a nice bit of coverage for you at the Mountain Festival in local Cumbrian papers will send it to you mum. Should tell everyone to book on line at the THEATRE BY THE LAKE in Keswick on 14th May as part of the Keswick MOuntain Festival, to hear all about your Paddle in search of Kiwis. So keep dipping them blades lass - CHEZ

11:54 am  
Blogger Lynn S said...

Justine!
Hello from San Diego. Have been watching and commiserating and sending you healthy thoughts as you wander round a weird island. Stay healthy and happy. You and Jen Kleck are my inspiration! By the way didn't know you knew about whale blubber and deboning ...good luck with the whale steaks!!! HAHAHAHAH.

5:57 pm  
Blogger the old folks at home said...

Pleased to hear you're feeling better Justine, and it sounds as if Barry is doing fine. We know you both like fish, but whale is taking it a bit too far,funnily enough we had a plate of white bait with our lunch today,not much difference is there.Hope you're not held up in Lee Bay too long,but we're sure it must be beautiful.Keep well, love from the old folk xx

6:21 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Mmmmm. Whale.

7:39 pm  

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