Monday, 28 March 2011

Lynas to Cemaes bay and return

Another fantastic day for paddling.
Although a frosty start from home showing 2c, clear nights are probably the reason but knowing that it would warm up made the cold start more than bearable.
Mark had not been on the Northern side of the Island so we launched from Porth Eilian and headed out with the tide.
The plan was to use the flow, lunch and rock hop on the way bag.
The sun shone and having stopped in Cemaes Bay for lunch we headed back.
The usual of the old shoe factory together with the old brick works and a first for me into Amlwch Port, a call of nature pending anyway.
You can see by the harbor walls that this port goes back some time.It was a prominent port for the export of copper to the USA and other World wide destinations.
Back in and a late finish of 6pm.
Another great day and Mark enjoyed his paddle in this area.
Porth Eilian

East Mouse Island

Lunch spot

The old shoe factory

Brick works

Lunch time views

Not a Mike Webb Rockpool this time!

Amlwch Port

Returned another great day

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