I haven't paddled since the end of January for a number of reasons and with light winds forecast for the weekend I was eager to get on the water again. Pembrokeshire was the obvious choice and it was decided to paddle around Ramsey Island.
The almost spring tides were flowing north for most of the day until around 2pm so we launched from Porth Clais hoping the weather window would allow us a full circumnavigation. There were eight of us in total, Kay, Paul, Sean, Chris, Patrick, Peter and Eurion.
No further were we on our way we were called back for a faff meeting.
Anyway faff over and I'm happy to be on our way. Photo by Evans.
We pulled up on the golden sands some more gracefully than others...
Sean cooked up a few bacon sarnies.
Sean and North Bishop
Back on the water we skimmed out past the rocky outcrop of Gwahan and down onto the west side of the island with the Bishops and Clerks out on our far right.
It was back to our usual retreat, The Bishops, for a pint and a bowl of chips. Another great day on the water making the most of some fantastic warm spring weather.