I was very hot, probably the first time in the year none of use have worn some sort of cag.
As you can see I'm still using the Greenland paddles, getting very attached to them by now.
Within three hours we have hit the coast on the far side. We can see the bay of Minehead to our left and a steep green cliffs up ahead coming to a point on our right. Beyond that is Porlock Bay.
Don't ask, I don't know.
From our lunch stop we round Hurlstone Point and venture out slightly into Porlock Bay. The steep pebble bay is about two nautical miles wide and about half a mile deep. We are keen to continue exploring the far side but by the time we cross the bay it would be time to return so we opt to make our return across the channel.
Again we simply aim our bow perpendicular to the Welsh shore line and make final adjustments as we near the coast. My phone died about three miles out from the finish so in all the total mileage was about 42-43 miles. Another great day on the water and another crossing of the channel in the bag.