Got slightly lost but that's a Garmin tale.
BBQ and some beers and red wine and an open fire a great evening with all thanks.
A sun shone as we woke up so a leisurely start, Ga and I went to Aberdaron, complete chaos there as usual but we launched into clear and smooth seas.
If you look at the map trace we rock hopped and hugged the coast, Whistling Sands for a brew and a fantastic butty highly recommend the cafe on the front.
An assisted ride back an attempt to catch some fish which failed and on returning to be met by Mike and Adels gang great to see the youngsters playing in the water.
Ga used Mikes Greenland paddle throughout, the sound was quite lively travelling North and he had no problems, also the power and on many occasions I had to up my strokes to keep up with the Formby Stick.
|Wow clear seas|
|Ynys Gwylan bach and fawr in the background|
|Bardsey in the background|
|"Ga watch that rock!"|
|Whistling Sands approaches|
|Fishing in Bardsey Sound|
|A layer of mist forming|
|Met by Mr Bell|
|Surf is up dude|
|Mrs Jones on the water|
|That,s my girl|
|A Greenland stick at your age!!!!!|
|Base Camp for 2 nights|