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PostPosted: Thu Mar 26, 2009 12:45 pm 
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Location: A veritable floating palace
This is my Old Town Guide 160. It's big and stable, thanks to the stabilising chines, but dead easy to paddle. Perfect as a family canoe, or for looking at wildlife, or exploring canals and backwaters. Full specs [url=
http://www.oldtowncanoe.com/canoes/gene ... e_160.html]here[/url].
This is perfect for exploring canals and rivers. They cost about £700 new, you can have this one for £400 including a paddle and a buoyancy aid.


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Location: SHEFFIELD
Thats just what I'd love!
Don't suppose you'd trade for a weeks camper hire in the Peak District would you?
(See my link below)

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