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Shortly after installing the centreplate we had our next challenge to deal with. This time our outboard motor as the starter cord jammed when we were at sea and for one reason or another we were unable to get it going at the time and in low wind ended up getting towed in by the Coast Guard! The moral to the story is when your gut is telling you to get something serviced, do it! That being said it was a rather simple fix with no real damage and we learnt more about outboards in the process so you might say it was a blessing in disguise.

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This is a review of both masks I use for freediving. The Aqualung Micromask and Cressi Minima.

Both are excellent. I use the Micromask for scuba diving too these days.

Originally this was uploaded to our older channel so it may look a bit familiar!

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About 4 years ago we acquired an off road vehicle with the intention of doing some trips around Australia including hard to reach places. Since then we have used it quite extensively and have continually upgraded it to the point that we can now came independantly for a few weeks. However we haven't posted anything on this channel focusing on the vehicle itself or much about those trips. In order to tell those stories it's important to go back and talk a bit about those early adventures. This was one of the first. I've had previously had some limited four wheel drive experience but decided to extend that somewhat by testing the vehicle at Loveday 4x4 Adventure Park which is located in Barmera, South Australia and covers a wide area with plenty to occupy drivers of all levels for a weekend.

There's a wide range of vehicles that people take up there and some are looking to test their extensively modified vehicles to the limit. Ours is going to be used for long trips and needs to be efficient so we had no intention of modifying it anywhere near what can be done and our driving was intentionally conservative. Notwithstanding that I thought it handled the moderate obstacles quite comfortably and I felt the vehicle (which we affectionaltely call 'The Beast') could have done a lot more if we'd have stretched it but we're more than happy with it's performance at that time.

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If you are familiar with dingy sailing then you are familiar with using a centreboard, which is needed to sail effectively upwind. In yachts, the same role is normally performed by a weighted keel however in smaller trailer yachts there is a bit of a cross over and many also have retractable swing keels or centreplates. Our Hood 23 has a weighted keel of sorts but it's a shoal draft one (essentially the weight is in the bottom of the boat). It can be sailed without the centreplate but it performs significantly better upwind if it does have one installed. When we got ours although it came with a centreplate, it was not installed so from the outset our intention was to get a basic familiarity with the boat as it was and then install the centreplate. The previous owner kindly offered to assist with the installation.

Recently I had a 7 day holiday planned and instead of going away anywhere I chose to get the boat out of the water and do some work on it, including the installation of the centreplate. We some perserverence and creativity we got there in the end but as you'll see in this video, it wasn't without quite a few challenges along the way.

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So what do you wear to you protect yourself from the elements at sea? This is actually a huge subject and this video only really just scrapes the surface. We will no doubt re-visit it down the track. However I have some ideas from other outdoor activities that I've done that I believe are relevant and want to share. More than happy to hear what works for others, particularly in relation to minimalist sailing.

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This is one of those videos I did a few years ago as a bit of an afterthought with a very average camera. I hadn't been active for a while and so decided come hell or high water I was going for a hike on this particular day. Unfortunately the weather was overcast and it ended up tipping bucketing down. I think I was the only one in the park. I just felt like walking and having a bit of a chat and wasn't sure I would even do anything with the footage. However I hashed something together and didn't upload it to YouTube at the time but did upload it to another social media platform we were on at the time as a bit of a throw away video.

At the time most of our videos were more visual so this one which was more of a casual chat to the viewers with only a passing thought to framing the scenery seemed to resonate more with our followers. Given I'm uploading some of our older stuff and given that it shows the park in a different light to the video we did in good weather, I thought I would upload it to YouTube. It was a rather wet hike but I have to say that I rather enjoyed it.

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I initially uploaded a version of this video on our older channel. I was planning to put one together for a photo and video competition held a week before but we ended up going elsewhere on the day. This is what I came up with a week later. It's rather a shame we didn't get to enter it because it's one of our better freediving videos and I think we would have fared rather well.

It's shot under the old Rapid Bay Jetty and in particular focuses on the end of it where the marine life is most abundant. It's regarded as one of South Australia's best jetty dives.

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With our Hood 23 now in the water we can finally get onto learning how to use it. In this episode we go through a whole lot of firsts in an attempt to acquaint ourselves with our new lady as quickly as possible. I sleep on the boat for the first time, we take it out for the first time, put the sails up, take it out of the Port River and into the Gulf. We have lunch at a nice anchorage and a few other firsts, not all of which were planned!

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The Star of Greece is a well known historic ship wreck at Port Willunga, South Australia. It's a good little dive just 200 metres swim from the shore. The wreckage is broken up and spread over a large area. In low tide part of it sticks above the water. The history of how the ship came to be wrecked and the numerous fatalities that resulted can be read about at the South Australian Maritime Museum. Some parts of the ship that were salvaged can also be seen there. Overlooking the bay is the Star of Greece Restaurant which is named after the ship which is worth a visit too.

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After preparing the hull it's now time to put on a coat of antifouling paint. Doing it on the trailer was less than ideal so we might put it in the cradle next time in order to get to some of the harder to reach places. However, we can now put it in the water for an extended period of time.

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After our survey we just had to do the final bit of paperwork, and the Hood 23 is officially is ours! Now the work begins in doing maintainance, and getting properly accustomed to everything that comes with being a yacht owner (despite it being a pocket sized one). We haven't even scratched the surface yet really but it's clear it's a long list of things.

Prior to anti-fouling the hull, it has to be prepared and cleaned. Meanwhile, inside the boat gets a bit of a clean!

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Second Valley is about an hour and a half drive south of the Adelaide CBD. It's quite a well known location for fishing and scuba diving. When I used to be a diving instructor we used to use it for training as it's easy to get in and out and do skills close to the jetty. However on a flat dive you can also explore a series of shallow water filled caverns to the south along the coast. They are pretty exposed so this is not the place to go when there is any sort of swell but it can be a really interesting dive. I thought it would also make a pretty good site for freediving so one day I went and explored them without the tank. This was a few years ago and was one of my earlier videos that I've re-edited for this channel.

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We bought a boat! We are living in some pretty unusual times. A year ago we were planning to go on our first cruise and if we liked it we were hoping to make it a regular thing. But let's face it 2020 didn't exactly pan out the way any of us had planned and looking forward it's difficult imagining that cruising on ocean liners is likely to return to the carefree experience it was prior to the events of the last year anytime soon. I must say I am somewhat curious how people will look back at this period in 50 years time! As this isn't a political channel, nothing more needs to be said about that, except the obvious which is it's forced most of us to re-evaluate what we do with our getaways.

Like most people we have had to look to other experiences than overseas travel. Even interstate travel can be challenging. Instead we are focusing on what we can do closer to home in South Australia. This led me to buying my first yacht. After weeks of research and looking at a number of other boats, we found a well kept shoal draft version of a 1983 Hood 23. This was the boat we settled on. We didn't know it at the time but it's an iconic trailer sailer that just about every mariner recognises. With that in mind it's a surprise to me that there aren't more videos online on it. I found only a handful. We look forward to getting to know our new lady and sharing our experiences with you. I have no idea what 2021 and the future is going to bring but I get the feeling it's going to be an adventure.

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This is re-edited version of my first diving video. I put it together in 2013. It was also my first dive in Ewens Ponds which is a series of stunning freshwater ponds near Mount Gambier. Unlike most of the freshwater dive sites in the area, this one does not have notable overhead environments. As such it can be dived by all levels of divers and snorkelled. The 3 ponds are connected by shallow channels (called 'races'). If you're snorkelling you can continue down Eight Mile Creek all the way to the coast (that features in another of our videos).

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This is a re-badged version of the first freediving video I made back in 2013. It is mainly done around the end of the Port Noarlunga Jetty. As with any old video there are definately a few things I'd do differently now however there are a few shots that still hold up to some of my more recent videos.

This jetty featured on one of the other videos on this channel as seen from the air. This time it's underwater.

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After our trip on the 'Ghan' which was the subject of our last video, we spent 3 days in Darwin. We took the opportunity to experience a number of the local tourist attractions. Starting with a visit to the 'Royal Flying Doctors Tourist Facility', we went on to do the 'Bombing of Darwin' tour (which included the 'Darwin Aviation Museum'), ' Litchfield National Park and Jumping Crocodile' tour. After that we wanted to get a bit closer to the crocodiles (in a safe environment) so we jumped in the water (in a protective tube) at 'Crocosaurus Cove'. We also enjoyed a few good meals while we were there.

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The Ghan is one of the most iconic trains in Australia and travelling by rail on this train between Adelaide and Darwin is considered one of the worlds great train journeys. We had talked about doing it for some time but it was only when our cruise to the South Pacific in November 2020 got cancelled that we seriously started looking at it. There was the little matter of a milestone birthday to celebrate and if possible it was decided that it would be nice to mark the occasion with a memorable trip. This eventually led to a trip in February 2021. It was certainly memorable and we took a camera so we could share our experience with others.

The Ghan is named after the Afghan Camel riders who were the first to use the route through the outback. Today we have the opportunity to see the same vistas in comfort. At it's full length the train can be over 1 km long, however for our trip it was less than 800 m. There are a number of lounge and restaurant cars and there 2 different classes you can travel in, Gold and Platinum (there was previously a more budget class but that is no longer available). Along the way there are opportunities to visit Marla, Alice Springs and Katherine. The food is amazing, the staff are fantastic, the scenery is memorable and the trip is unforgettable.

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The Riesling Trail is one of the most well known cycling trails in South Australia. Originally a railway line that went between Adelaide and Spalding following the damage it received in 1983 during the 'Ash Wednesday' bushfire the line was closed down and it was instead converted into a cycling and walking trail. The trail runs from Mount Horrocks Wines (formerly the Auburn Railway station) at the southern end to Barinia Road which is a few kilometers to the north of Clare.

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The Eyre Peninsula in South Australia is a place we've visited a number of times. In 2014 we had the opportunity to participate in a Baird Bay Ocean Eco Experience to swim with the dolphins and sea lions. The staff are well informed and friendly and will make your tour one you won't forget. A fantastic experience that we highly recommend.

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For some time I've wanted to do an 'Everesting'. The challenge really appealed to me from the moment I first heard about it. I wouldn't say that I'm a natural climber when it comes to cycling but I've been trying to make it into a strength by doing as much as possible and I figured this was another part of the journey towards that. Ticking this goal off didn't come easily. It's reputation as being 'fiendishly simple, yet brutally hard' is well and truly earnt! In hindsight it was probably the most physically demanding challenge I've ever done.

Until a few months ago I didn't even think it would be possible given my knees sometimes have the tendency to inflame something terrible due to auto immune issues. A few months before this attempt I twice had to get more than 200 my of fluid removed from one of them and that put on hold any immediate plans for any extreme cycling climbing challenges! However I found ways of managing it and given me and my partner had both bought smart trainers a few months before and were utilising them effectively with Zwift as a training tool, there was the possibility to test things under controlled conditions by doing a Virtual Challenge instead.

I first did the shorter 'Virtual Basecamp' challenge as a stepping stone and it went rather well without any inflammatory flare ups. On the strength of that I realised a full 'Virtual Everesting' was definately on the cards. I chose the same KOM segment on Zwift as I did with the earlier challenge (Leith Hill KOM on the London map) due to its shallower incline which suited my knees, gear ratios and th smart trainer I was using which is a wheels on variety.

I wrote down some checkpoints I planned to use along the way by writing on a piece of paper a list of smaller elevation goals. Being someone who used to have an interest in mountaineering, these took the form of some well known mountains and also the elevation of the most frequently used Everest camps on the South East Route. I added on 150 meters to each of the figures as that was the elevation I had to ride just to get to the start of Leith Hill and that would not count towards the Everesting challenge itself.

I felt comfortable during the ride up to the elevation of Basecamp (5,364 m) but as I was approaching 6,000 m I started to fatigue massively. With 3,000 m still to go I had to dig pretty deep. By the time I got to 8,000 m it was a real struggle but from 8,500 m I knew I was close to the end and that was all the motivation I needed. In the end I did a few extra repeats to ensure I was beyond the the required amount for the attempt to be ratified by 'Hells 500'. The white striped 'cloud' jersey that those who successfully complete an Everesting was now there for the taking and I'll wear it with great pride.

My vEveresting on Strava:
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My vEveresting in the Hells 500 Hall of Fame:
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Swimming with tuna or in my case freediving with tuna, in large numbers is not something one gets to do every day, particularly in large numbers, so the opportunity to do this in an enclosed area whilst visiting the town of Port Lincoln on the Eyre Peninsula, South Australia was something I had to do.

There are plenty of in water attractions in Port Lincoln. One of them is appropriately called 'Swim With The Tuna' and enables you to do just that. It has been built in the same type of netted aquatic farm structures as are used throughout the Blue Fin Tuna industry in the region. It's a first rate experience, with some of the staff having significant prior experience in the Blue Fin Tuna Industry itself. It's also very reasonably priced for an adventure that lasts 3 hours. It starts with a 15 minute boat ride in a luxury catamaran out to a world class Tuna Pontoon, then put on wetsuit, mask and snorkel and in the water you go, surrounded by fish.

There are two enclosures you can swim in (one smaller one within the other) so you can experience not only the excitement of swimming amongst large blue fin tuna themselves (one of the 10 fastest species of fish in the ocean), but also a host of other aquatic life that you will find in the smaller enclosure which is equally interesting. There are also some shallow pools that you can observe and in some cases touch marine life and underwater viewing. Not content to just snorkel, I wanted a 3 dimensional experience that I could immerse myself in so as I am a qualified freediver I asked if I could freedive in the enclosures. This isn't always possible with large fins when the company has lots of customers but as there were only a handfull that day and there was plenty of room, the friendly staff obliged on this particular occasion. Whether you get to swim with the tuna on the surface or like me freedive with the tuna too, it's an exciting experience and I highly recommend it. You will also learn much about the tuna farming industry and may get to see some other aquatic life on your trip to and from the pontoon, in particular seals and whales. So for anyone passing through the area with half a day to spare, you don't need much in the way of experience, as long as you are comfortable in the water. Feel free to contact 'Swim With The Tuna' for further information.

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Lake Bonney is a large lake located next to the town of Barmera in South Australia. It measures 6.5 km down the length at it's longest stretch and is the venue for our latest marathon swim challenge. On this occasion I swam 2 laps of the lake along that course making the swim 13 km.

I'd been wanting to do this swim for years. As a much younger person I competed here in open water swimming competitions that were much shorter in length that took part near Barmara running parallel to the shore. It was at this time that I became aware that Lake Bonney had been the site of an attempt on the world water speed record by Donald Campbell in his jet powered hydroplane, Bluebird K7 back in 1964 when he was trying to become the first person to capture both land and water speed records in the same calender year. I had quite a fascination with Campbell at the time, having watched a film about his last record attempt in 1967 that ultimately ended tragically. I worked out where the run had taken place, along the longest stretch of the lake and decided that someday I would swim two laps of the lake along this course. I wasn't aware of anyone else who had done it so it seemed like an interesting challenge worth doing. We decided that we would camp at the northern end of the lake for Christmas of 2018 and that we would do the course back to front with the turnaround point being the Bluebird Cafe (which is an extension of the shed that Campbells boat was housed in during the 1964 attempt),

On Christmas eve we had a good weather window so shortly before 6.00 am we headed off and benefitted from flat water for most of the swim. It's worth noting that Campbell wasn't so lucky as it was the wind and water state that ultimately caused the attempt on Lake Bonney, which had yielded speeds of up to 216 mph, to eventually be called off and be moved to Lake Dumbleyung in Western Australia. It was there that on the last day of the year he recorded an average speed over two runs of 276.33 mph to set a new world record and become the first (and so far only) person to officially set both world land and water speed records in the same calender year.

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This is one of our earlier videos that we made back in 2014. It features Piccaninnie and Ewens Ponds which are both located in Mount Gambier, South Australia. Both are stunning freshwater sites which can be snorkelled or scuba dived, although with Piccaninnie Ponds you require the appropriate cave diving qualifications due to the overhead environments. I have videos on our other channel 'Endurance Swimmer Australia' scuba diving both sites. For this video I explored some of the areas with direct access to the surface by freediving.

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Basin Lake is a small perched freshwater lake on Fraser Island in Queensland, Australia. It can be reached via a few different hiking tracks but the one that is used the most goes from Central Station via Wanggoolba Creek and is about a 5.5 km return trip. With the close proximity of the thick vegitation the lake is reasonably protected from the wind making it an attractive secluded location that is not visited as much as many of the other lakes in the area.

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Lake McKenzie is a stunning freshwater lake on Fraser Island in Queensland and the location of the second of my 'marathon swim challenges'. It covers an area of 150 hectares and with it's clear waters and white silica sands it's probably the most well known and visited location on the island. The waters are slightly acidic in nature and this actually is one of the reasons it stays so clear because there is very little aquatic life in it. There are however short necked turtles that live in the lake.

I first swam in the lake in 1994 and was quite captivated at just how stunning it was and despite it's popularity, if you're able to get to the other side the crowds can't get there and you have this amazing experience of solitude at such a beautiful location. It's quite intoxicating. Ever since then I wanted to return. Having never heard of anyone swimming a marathon distance there (a distance 10 km or more) I decided that (assuming that is in fact the case) that I would put a plan in motion to be the first.

So for my second Physical Challenge video I've chosen to swim 10 laps of Lake McKenzie at it's widest point (which is 1.2 km per lap). That's a total distance of 12 km. For this challenge I'm again using the Orca S6 wetsuit.

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Join with us in our travels around Australia (and occasionally overseas) as we share the vistas we see through the pictures and video footage we take. You can also visit our other channel 'Endurance Swimmer Australia' which we upload our adventure and activity based videos to.