Here are some pictures and a few words about some of my sessions with great folk.

Search the blog by typing name/date or just scroll through.

Open posts by clicking on their heading, then you can comment and share.

Holmes kayak, Poolewe

Lindsay, Craig, Siska, Sabian and Erica all joined me for an afternoon of fun on the water. We played games, learnt skills, spotted wildlife and enjoyed ourselves.

Mason kayak, Poolewe

Ben, Eddie and Abigail met me on a sunny morning in Poolewe. We headed off around the coastline, spotting seals and a compass jellyfish on the way.

Simmone kayak, Poolewe

Grant, Bea, Joe, Mat and Isla met me for a fun morning exploring on kayaks. I wasn’t surprised that Matt and Joe went for a few swims, they looked quite keen to fall in!

Lahert kayak, Poolewe

John, Patrick, Niamh, Amber and Naomi all joined me for a fun session on the water at Poolewe. As we explored around the coastline a curious seal followed us around.

Platt Leitch kayak, Mellon Charles

Heidi, Stuart, Violet-Lilly, Tabitha, Steve and Vicky all joined me again for a fun explore around the craggy coastline of Mellon Charles. We had a nice low tide, enabling us to see hundreds of starfish, urchins, anemones and lots more.

Dawn & Karen kayak, Mellon Charles

Dawn and Karen are touring around parts of Scotland, their journey brought them up to Loch Ewe to come kayaking with me. We had a fantastic calm morning to explore the rugged coastline of Mellon Charles.

Walley kayak, Poolewe

Helen, James, Eliza and Matilda spent the afternoon kayaking with me. They went for sit on top kayaks and had fun paddling around the craggy coastline of Inverewe garden.

Hall kayak, Poolewe

Simon, Inga, Ben and Harry all met me to explore the coastline in sea kayaks. After learning a few skills we set off to explore and see what wildlife we could spot.

Walmsley kayak, Poolewe

David, Linda, George, Harry and Lesley met me in Poolewe for another session out in the kayaks. We’d been out from the other side of Poolewe and from Gairloch in the past. Just as we had got off our kayaks a white tailed eagle flew around just above us.

EYW kayak, Poolewe

Natalie, Will, Ross, Kayleigh and Jennifer met me on a grey morning in Poolewe. Despite the clouds and occasional drizzle we had a good time paddling around the coastline, watching seals and birds as we paddled around.

Laleu kayak, Poolewe

Stephane, Emmanuelle, Clemence and Apolline came out with me in the sea kayaks. We had a bit of wind and waves to play with which gave us some excitement.

Jess & Pete kayak, Poolewe

Jess and Pete joined me for a morning sea kayaking around the craggy coastline of Inverewe Garden. We watched some seals relaxing on a rock, they were sheltering on the leeward side of an island to keep out of the wind.

Thompson kayak, Poolewe

Tom, Andrew and Iain met me again for a fun paddle in some exciting conditions. This must be at least the seventh time time they’ve been out with me, surely they must be bored with me by now?!

Mylroi kayak, Poolewe

David, Aiden and Rory joined me again for another session on the water. They’ve been out with me a fair bit over the last few years. The morning wind had died down and it gave us a calm and sunny afternoon remembering our kayaking skills and exploring the coastline.

Privacy Settings
We use cookies to enhance your experience while using our website. If you are using our Services via a browser you can restrict, block or remove cookies through your web browser settings. We also use content and scripts from third parties that may use tracking technologies. You can selectively provide your consent below to allow such third party embeds. For complete information about the cookies we use, data we collect and how we process them, please check our Privacy Policy
Consent to display content from Youtube
Consent to display content from Vimeo
Google Maps
Consent to display content from Google