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Paddlers on some UK rivers
 Photos 1 & 2 are both on the Findhorn River in the Scottish Highlands. The Findhorn is one of the longest and most beautiful of Scottish Rivers, especially in Autumn. The rapid with the big rocks is Randolph's Leap.
 Photo 3 Taken on the River Medway in Kent, about 60kms south of London. The River in spate. Under the bridge at a place called Yalding. The best part of this was, the boat was brand new. First time on water, a Sanna in superb state of the art fleck. He popped it, shot up, smacked the underside of the arch and snapped the end off. We howled. Medway Canoe Club. In those days based in the Chatham dockyards.
Photo 4 is taken at Hell Hole, on the River Wye in South Wales just outside Llanstephan. Hell Hole is infamous in the UK paddling scene, particularly in spate conditions. 
Photo 5 The Tromie is a beautiful little river in the highlands of Scotland just outside the winter ski resort of  Aviemore. Almost continuous Grade 3 over about 5km. 

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