|This one will do, I'll grow into it!|
He came across the Coastguard stand where he collected so many fliers and stickers, they insisted on him also taking one of their carrier bags. He obviously thought his bag looked a bit empty as he boldly asked if he could also get one of their "walkie talkies", he was meaning their radios!
|This is how you do it|
He happily carried on round the show until he came across the indoor kayak race. On he clambered and instantly fell off the other side, luckily he tends to just bounce! Margaret Chapman kindly came over to give him a hand and finished his race in an impressive 4 minutes (would he have been quicker on his own?). This meant he was in the winning position in his category which magically appeared, his being the "up to age 3" category. He was pleased as punch to get a certificate and his first SCA kayak "cup" OK, blue mug, impressively presented by gold medallist Tim Baillie. He was allowed a shot of Tim's gold medal to wear round his neck which he declared was every heavy and could he keep it! He thought it was another "freebie" - I've taught him so well!
|The Kayakey Kid with that "Every Heavy" gold medal and his winning SCA cup!|