Started Feb 3, 2008
Greg Loftus ( Cominco) has not received any gifts yet
Life in the day of electonic comunnications takes its toll. I do a few web pages , a personal blog this page and some other stuff. Very easy to forgetto stop by and keep things updated. Being the middle of a bloody cold winter, not a lot happeninng here boat wise. Still a good season to plan trips and dream. I must admit each year a location on an ocean with warm water is looking better and better all the time. I pickedup a tandem Seaward kayak this fall and she needs some basic work a few…Continue
Posted on January 7, 2014 at 10:08am — 6 Comments
Life is busy battling the Canadian Government. Our prime minister is hell bent on destroying the country to get oil to China. The man is mad and we are doing our best to block him. Not easy he has a majority government and like sheep they all do what they are told.
Hope that this finds all well with you. Cheers, Greg
Posted on June 26, 2012 at 4:06am
Unfortunately the hard water season has arrived and the snow mobile will rule until May. Typing this as the mercury sits at -21C outside. In 18 days the first day of winter will arrive and the days begin ever so slowly getting longer. A milestone in that the slow return of the sun is always a nice waypoint to pass. It is still a long 4 months or so until our ice bound waterways release themselves and we can once again play. Time to make that new paddle or if you have a shop boat repair and…Continue
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Posted on January 21, 2011 at 4:05am — 1 Comment
I reallly like living in Yellowknife but the paddler in me screams move to where it is warmer and there is open water all year long. sitting here typing it is -34 outsidefor the 5th day in a row and not looking like it wants to change any time soon.
I am heading for a little paddling trip in Cape Town South Africa and it should be very interesting. Hoping to meet up with some of the Playak crew while there and learning a few new paddling tricks. I leave canada on the 30th of January…Continue
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I was just watching this and thought I should post it. Paddler skill levels and safety are always a big issue and this paddler was very lucky.
Live and learn we hope Cheers greg
Posted on July 22, 2010 at 6:06am