With a super looking forecast and a great view as I drove into work, I was really looking forward to the day ...
After a coffee and some planning, Rhoscolyn was the paddle for the day and it was great to see, Simon, Richard and Shaun again.
We managed to get the last two ours of the flood tide, which was producing a gentle rolling race just of the end of the island and gave every one something to work with. I was stepping back again more today and encouraging individuals to make decisions and put ideas into action.
I then gave the 3 of them a small bay to locate and we paddled through a couple of the arches on the way ... the black arch above
Richard locating and the group discussing options, having had a land break and now with a new location to find. Just inside the cove of the white arch.
Now with the ebb tide with us ... we went over using transits to assist us in keeping appropriate angle when crossing channels and sounds ...
Although the air was much cooler towards the end of the day, it had been a super day, with great light, no wind, some swell and current.
We were soon back at the boatyard, transferring personal kit back to cars and saying good byes, that is until next time!
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