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"This is the Sea 4" in the mail!
Thursday, October 16, 2008



Phew! Finally all the DVD pre-orders are on their way to distributors, shops and individuals. They should be in stock everywhere by next week at the latest, so not long to wait now! I've also spotted the first brief review of the DVD. Read it here.

I celebrated last night with an evening paddle on the Menai Straits. It was a 10metre tide - the last big tide of the year - so Barry and I went to the standing wave that forms at 'the Swellies' on spring tides. It was great fun, with the only snag being that the wave only forms for an hour or so twice a day and it happened to be when it was dark!! I didn't take any photos - sorry - but I did get capsized and have to roll in the dark! Funnily enough, it's just the same as rolling in the daylight, except that it feels a bit scarier!

Tomorrow we head north, to the Edinburgh Film Festival where I'm talking on Sunday afternoon, then to the Scottish Canoe Show in Perth the following weekend. We'll spend the week in between paddling in Scotland and catching up with a few friends. DVD orders will still go out, usually within 24 hours of them being ordered.

We've added a new date to the UK premiere tour. On Sunday 26th October we'll be on the Wirral in NW England, where Barry is from, to show the hour long version of 'This is the Sea 4'. The event will be held at the West Cheshire Sailing Club in Wallasey at 7pm. It's presented by "Let's Go Adventure" It's free but you need to reserve a place by emailing info@letsgoadventure.org.uk Barry and I will be there to answer any questions at the end of the film. We're also hoping that one of the bands whose music are featured in the DVD, Reckless Elbow, will be able to play a few songs.

We also have a venue confirmed for the San Diego event. It's at Aqua Adventures at 1548 Quivira Way on Thursday 13th November. There will be live music and burgers starting at 5:30pm and the screening starting at 7pm. Jen Kleck, the owner of Aqua Adventures ( and one of the stars of 'This is the Sea 4'), is providing burgers and beer.
PARLIAMENT HOUSE CAVE A FEW WEEKS AGO

3 Comments:

Anonymous Sergio said...

Congratulations - looking forward to the arrival.

Are you considering a 5?

2:49 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just watched both discs, what a great adventure! My 3 year old wants to start paddling ;-) What have you started? Best Ali MacInnes

11:03 pm  
Anonymous Blair said...

Hey Justine, Just received the dvd in the mail today. A great way to start the day!! I had to put it on the big screen at work. I am now going to sit down at home and watch it through with NO interruptions!!
Thanks
Blair - Annies

7:36 am  

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