Gemma and Andrew spent the afternoon exploring the calm waters around Inverewe garden. The forests of egg wrack and bladder wrack sea weeds might not be part of the garden or even planned but I quite like gazing into them looking at life below the surface!
Sally and Joe joined me to paddle around the rugged coastline of Loch Ewe from the boom beach in Mellon Charles. The mornings sunshine had faded a wee bit but it was still a great afternoon on the water!
Repeat customers are great, these two were only with me yesterday! David and Aiden had booked another session so they could explore a bit more of the coastline. Today we paddled around the craggy coastline at Mellon Charles.
Lots of jellyfish about, just like this nice blue jellyfish.
David, Tracy, Aidan, Rory and Fergus are more repeat customers. We had a great morning with sunshine and fun on the water.
Ross, Robert, George, Natali and Frankie spent a rather damp and grey morning paddling with me. Ross had been out with me in the past on another day that wasn’t quite the best weather. We were too scared to stop on a beach for our brew so we simply moored up to a big buoy and had a brew break on the water – midge free!
Robert, Veronika and Leopold had a stunning afternoon on the water. Blue skies, sunshine and no wind – perfect conditions! Just what everyone wants but sadly we don’t always get.
Heledd, David, Gwen and Iona had a lovely sunny morning on the water with me on Loch Ewe. Perfect weather for relaxing paddling!
Sue, Will, Amelie, Rowan and Lorna spent the afternoon exploring the craggy coastline and wildlife around Mellon Charles.
A few years ago Sue and myself had been on a snorkel instructor course together, we didn’t need snorkels to see some great wildlife today!
Bruce, Colin, Oscar, Freya, Elissa and Jackie joined me to canoe and kayak. Bruce had paddled with me before, it’s always nice to have repeat customers and people who recommend me to their friends!
Connor, June, Charlie, Sherrie, Nathan and Lewis joined me for a paddle on Loch Ewe. They last paddled with me years ago and it was great to see them all back on the water.
Becky and Morgan were supposed to be on their honeymoon in Europe at the moment. Their wedding is postponed till next year, so what better thing to do than go kayaking with Ewe Canoe! They also added on a trip around Scotland to their Ewe Canoe experience! Hopefully they have a great special day next year and whilst they’re on their honeymoon they don’t spend too much of their time wishing they were back in the rain on Loch Ewe!
Kate, Neil, Cameron, Jacob, Ellie and Lewis joined me for a fun filled morning on the water. They live over in Laide and are used to my sense of humour but still booked a paddling trip with me!
Woolf, Sarah, Touss and Ben had a sun filled morning paddling around Inverewe garden with me. After however many months in lockdown some families wouldn’t be keen to holiday in a motor home but they seemed to be getting on fine so far!
Elaine and Alan spent a fantastic afternoon paddling around Inverewe garden. We couldn’t have hoped for better weather! They’re regular visitors to the area but first time Ewe Canoe-ers, hopefully they’ll be back!
Great to have George and Alex back out on the water with me. This time we paddled from Poolewe, exploring the coastline. The weather wasn’t quite what we’d have hoped for but it could have been worse!
Adrian, Andrew and Iain spent another morning on the water with me, their fifth so far in 5 years. This time Terina couldn’t join us but luckily she could spend time at the Button Bothy and Roasters coffee in Poolewe.
Their kayaking skills have been improving over the years but I’m not sure there tasty seaweed identification skills are up to scratch yet!
Jeff, Katie and Isobel joined me again, this time bringing along Oliver too. Last time we’d paddled from Badachro and this time we spent our time kayaking on the waters from Poolewe. Great seeing them again!
Karen, Mark, Abbie and Mhairi spent a morning kayaking with me on Loch Ewe. We had a great time exploring the coastline and little islands.