Great new clip from HomeSeaHome.Com
The filming from Natalie and Michal is about their circumnavigation of mainland Britain. I’m a great fan of their videos, they are able to capture the moods of their expeditions.
Last june we visited Tyneham Village. “Tyneham was a thriving rural community until it was taken over by the army during World War II when the entire population was evacuated, never to return. Most of the village is now in ruins, but the school room is still laid out as it would have been in the 1940’s”
Tyneham is situated five miles by road east of Kimmeridge, nestled in a remote valley reached via the army ranges. (The information was taken from the Rough Guides to Dorset, Hampshire & the Isle of Wight)
It is an amazing place well worth a visit.
Natalie & Michal this morning resumed their journey after two days in Brighton. One day to rest and do some shopping and get a new kayak trolley. Yesterday, they aborted their departure as the weather was against them and decided to enjoy one more day in Brighton as the forecast was better for the next day. Tonight they are near Littlehampton.
A short sea kayaking clip I filmed with a basic camera Hope you like it.
Our friends Natalie and Michal will be starting their round mainland of Britain expedition by Kayak on April 1st. Please visit the website for more info http://homeseahome.com/
Sponsor them if you can ! or mention them in your blog, Facebook, twitter etc. they need a lot of exposure.
Thanks for your help.
Natalie and Michal are getting ready for their round Britain expedition by kayak see below and interview in the local press.
For more info. visit http://homeseahome.com/
I just found this interesting bike shop close to my home that offers workshop classes Etc.
If you get their gold membership for £ 29.95 you get a free service and you can use their workshop and tools to repair or clean your bike for free.
The info above was taken from their website. I will pay them a visit soon and report my findings.
Sea kayak surfing for Michal and a canoe trip to Simonds Yat for Natalie.