Author Archives: Bill Cameron

Linton Rigg Biography

‘Sixty Years of Sport’, Sailing from the Age of Gatsby to the Grenadine Islands’ by Art Ross. I have just received the exciting news that a biography on the life of Linton Rigg, written by Art Ross is to be … Continue reading

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Camp Carriacou

                         Camp Carriacou. A number of former students who attended Camp Carriacou in the 1970s have been writing in with comments. Rick Welsford has just sent the following comment along with the photos I have attached to this post. I … Continue reading

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Getting There.

Getting There Day 1 In 1967 – 68 getting to Carriacou from England was a three day journey involving two flights, three stops and a boat journey of 4 to 5 hours. Even today, as all returning Kayaks know, the … Continue reading

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My Old Friend George Linton Touchton 1943-2012

My Old Friend George Linton Touchton 1943-2012 A Tribute to a Good Old Boy After 44 years I finally made contact again with George and his first wife Cathy just a few short weeks ago. I was thrilled and delighted … Continue reading

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Beatin’ de Jack.

Beatin’ de ‘Jack’. I had been on the island for a matter of a few weeks. On Saturday 14th October Linton Rigg was holding a party for Carriacouan dignitaries. This coincided with Mr Alleyne’s birthday and he’d arranged his own … Continue reading

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