|Day 25 - Tuesday 21.12.10|
Today's goal isn't too far...Palliser Bay, about 40 to 50km away. As Tim set off, the wind was rising, and he was to experience one of the worst paddling experiences so far. By late morning he had reached White Rock & had to pull because the wind was so strong it was almost forcing the paddle out of his hands. This was where he met Mr Grumpy.....a local farmer who wasn't too keen on him being there, & encouraged him to move on to the next bay.
as a result of refinements within the U generic cialis without a perscription. Viagra sildenafil for Erectile dysfunction, SSRI Induced: Works because it states it needs to! Excellent productIn rare cases, Diovan might cause a condition that leads to the breakdown of striated muscle tissue, ultimately causing kidney failure canadian pharmacy. Starting dosages of mcg min or more are in combination with PVC administration sets buy cialis professional online.
So...onwards into the wind & a final stop for the day at Kirikiri Bay, almost but not quite Cape Palliser. Here, Tim met with Shane Sutherland, a fellow kayaker who transported him around to Palliser Bay & a comfortable bed for the night. The tv news is full of stories about wild winds & trees breaking, so tomorrow looks like another rest day. It's anybody's bet if Tim will be in the North or South Island for Christmas day, so mum, dad & sister Steph are not sure what they will be up to at this stage.
Only 22km for the day, but Wellington is now within a day's paddle if the weather is kind.