Treated myself to an awesome couple of hours sailing on the Camel with H from Camel Sailing. It's been a while. The last time was also here, but back in 2005.
Paddle did well to make any headway against wind and tide. Muppet.
The Camel Estuary from the middle-loop morning dog walk.
The benefits of work from anywhere and a "finishing early 🏄" appointment in my calendar. Some nice waves @ Harlyn with F and then dinner from Big Pans. Yummy.
A foggy morning walk to Hawkers Cove.
№1: The Nook
Sandsnipe. Sniping sand.
If only I could be consistent on how the boat's name is spelt. In my defense, that was seventeen years ago.
I started with a txt from Sean. He'd spotted a flyer for a "music festival for people that don't do music festivals".
Not to be out done, I quickly searched up the twinkling lights we'd seen the night before while crossing the Camel at Wadebridge. Aha, some festival thing, a combination of music and… food. Hardly surprising in the land of the rising PadStein.
Watch out, heavy plants are on the move. Very heavy.
Cove with a view. A view of the three people and two dogs getting cut off on the sand bank by a rising tide across the estuary. Fortunately "swimming for it" was successful.
Happy 81 L!!!! The birthday swim is becoming a tradition. Hopefully the post-swim Thai meal will too.