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New York New York
Thursday, November 20, 2008

The almost freezing temperature in New York has been a bit of a shock to the system after shorts and t-shirts in Florida but we braved the icy wind and had a good paddle today in NYC. A very different paddle to what I'm used to - with cliffs of steel and glass and so many boats whizzing around everywhere. We're staying with Sid Stone who showed us the city last night, including going to the top of the Rockerfeller building and a horse drawn cart around Central Park. Thanks to Sid.

Tomorrow ( Thursday) is the Connecticut premiere in Middletown organised by Connyak.
In the UK, this coming weekend the New Zealand film and the Dubside film are showing at the Kendal Mountain Film Festival, the UKs largest mountain film festival.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi, Justine - I remember being at the "Top of the Rock" at sunset, looking out over all the islands and wishing I had my kayak there! Love to read your stuff, and looking forward to my DVD's arrival...

Susan V

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