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Victor Harbour to Cape Jervis Adelaide Canoe Club November 2009
Getting ready at Encounter Bay boatramp
Approaching West Island
Malcolm at West Island
Geoff, Phil & Bernard at Waitpinga Cliffs
Resting at Newland Head
Lunch at Ballaparudda Beach
Tom near Ballaparudda Beach
Bruce at Callawonga Beach
Bruce near Tunk Head
At Tunk Head
Tom at Tunk Head
Phil with dolphins
Julie & Malcolm at Tunkalilla
Clear and calm at Tunkalilla
Flat surf at Tunkalilla
Landing at Tunkalilla
Camping at Tunkalilla
Campsite at Tunkalilla
Sunset at Tunkalilla
The Pages Islands at dusk
Sunset over Kangaroo Island
Campsite at dusk
Fog in the valleys in Deep Creek
Layer of fog above the sea
Tom approaching fog
Phil at Deep Creek cove
Foggy conditions near Porpoise Head
Rocky cliffs at Deep Creek
Julie in fog
Bernard in fog
Bruce in fog
Geoff in fog
Approaching Blowhole Beach
Launching from Blowhole Beach
Julie launching through surf at Blowhole Beach
Geoff launching through surf at Blowhole Beach
Approaching Cape Jervis
Cape Jervis harbour
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