Click on the pictures below to see the Gwragedd Annwn’s Rowing journeys:
The Urban Oarsman and three kayakers Paddle, Row & Sail to the top of Pitt Lake during the 2019 May Long Weekend.
One oarsman, two single and one double kayakers row and paddle the Sound.
Lars, Maciej and the Urban Oarsman from the Hollyburn Sailing Club row from Squamish to HSC at Ambleside Park in West Vancouver.
The Winter Hot Mulled Wine Row from the Hollyburn
Sailing Club to Sandy Cove, December 16th, 2017.
The 2017 Dundarave Forest of Miracles Bonfire row.
The Urban Oarsman Rows Mamquam Blind Channel in Squamish, B.C.
The Urban Oarsman rows Alta Lake, Whistler, B.C.
The Urban Oarsman row further than ever before. Widgeon Creek… The Highest water yet. June 5th, 2015.
The Pitt Marsh Short Row, June 4th, 2015.
Pitt Marsh Winter Row.
The DeBoville Slough Row in the Rain.
Rowing in Pender Harbour during “Pender Harbour Days”.
The first Row of 2015. Around Siwash Rock.
The last Row of 2014-The Coquitlam River to the Red Bridge.
Rowing up the Alouette, the North Alouette,
Blaney Creek past Codd Island to Bordertown.
Rowing up The Alouette, the North Alouette,
Blaney Creek, past Codd Island and Bordertown.
The August 11, 2014 No Photo Row.
Up the Alouette, North Alouette past Neaves Road Bridge.
The Urban Oarsman Explores the Alouette River.
Baking in the Summer Sun. The Pitt River Row.
Widgeon Creek, The Highwater Row
Siwash Island Circumnavigation Row
Widgeon Creek High Tide Row
The Urban Oarsman rows the Maelstrom to Point Atkinson, Lighthouse Park
Final Row, December 31st, 2013 and First Row, January 1st, 2014
December 28th Row to False Creek
Widgeon Creek, Both Forks
Widgeon Creek the Right Fork
Wooden Boat Festival 2013
BC Day row to North Fraser Arm Breakwater
Dog Days of Summer Row
Summer Sunshine Row
Depth Sounder Oars
The Circumnavigation of Siwash Rock.
Jericho Sailing Centre for a Burger & Beer
Return to Still Creek
Deas Island Slough
Deer Lake Afternoon
Widgeon Creek, Mike & Matt
The Burnaby Lake Row
Rowing Harrison Lake to Kilby Park
Before Gwragedd Annwn, Snowdrop’s Epic Voyage From Harrison Lake, Down the Harrison and Fraser Rivers to Hollyburn Sailing Club.
Before Gwragedd Annwn. Mirror Dinghy 7067