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Packrafting Iceland Pecha Kucha

For my talk at the recent Night of Adventure night I decided to focus on how easy it is to undertake an expedition: you need to commit to a project and you need to get it up and running. You don’t necessarily need skill, money or talent…

Here’s my 400 seconds’ worth:

If you enjoyed this perhaps you’d like to come to the Scottish Night of Adventure in Edinburgh in June? If you know anyone who lives near Edinburgh please do share this link with them: I’ve got to sell a lot of tickets and need some help!

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  1. A brilliant talk amazing photos and great story. Your a talented guy alastair

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