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At the Water's Edge : Two Boats : Around Ireland by Kayak

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ISBN: 9781916098602
AuthorFlavin, Timmy
Pub Date01/09/2021
BindingPaperback
CountryIRL
Dewey941.96
Quick overview The book is the personal diary of the late Timmy Flavin of a trip he did in 1991, when he and a friend, Donal Dowd kayaked around Ireland. It is raw and inspiring and provides an excellent account of expedition planning and an interesting take on the entire coastline of Ireland.
€15.00

Timmy Flavin (1957-2015) was a serious adventure sports’ enthusiast and a voluntary instructor in Cappanalea in the 1980s. Many people had their first experience of rock climbing or kayaking under his guidance.

Timmy died of cancer in 2015 and his wife published his diary posthumously. All profits go to the Palliative Care Unit in the University Hospital Tralee and Valentia Lifeboat.

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Timmy Flavin (1957-2015) was a serious adventure sports’ enthusiast and a voluntary instructor in Cappanalea in the 1980s. Many people had their first experience of rock climbing or kayaking under his guidance.

Timmy died of cancer in 2015 and his wife published his diary posthumously. All profits go to the Palliative Care Unit in the University Hospital Tralee and Valentia Lifeboat.

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