I will visit your site often. It's the best thing I have seen on this overlooked, underrated recreation! If any of your canoe sailors are ever out here in the USA's NW let me know. There are a zillion excellent lakes to be sailed, several near Mt. Saint Helens - yes, the one that erupted in 1980 that took about 1,500 feet off the top of the mountain!
Have a good Winter Season.
Many thanks to KeithM, firstly for setting up our website and secondly for sending me this delightful message & pics. This is not the first time that the website has been of help. It is a very efficient means of showing prospective sources what sort of a group we are. (And how about replacing the Loch Lomond meet with NW USA?) - Ed.
From Clyde To Iona, 1874 (Part 1) (John Ferguson)
This account of the first part of a remarkable cruise to, and round, Mull was found in cuttings pasted into a battered note book in the club room of the Clyde Canoe Club. It has just appeared in 'Paddles Past', the journal of the Historic Canoe and Kayak Association. My thanks to them - Ed.
CLYDE CANOE CLUB
The Daily Mail
1st Sept. 1874