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Friday 2 December 2011

Sea Kayak Meditation...

My heads been a bit busy since getting back in South Wales having totally blown the budget on my travels I now find myself constantly looking for solutions to the problems i've created :O.
Time for a bit of headspace & the 5 mile crossing to Flat Holm seemed the perfect solution :)
Arriving at Sully Island the conditions were unusual, the wind was hardly noticeable though there was a decent swell running, a remnant of the storm last night I guess.
A small amount of fun on the causeway playing in the shallows & then onto the cute, ickle standing waves.
 Approaching the tip of Sully Island, shall I go or shan't I?
Hell yeah, I'm going. I loved the paddle out, leaving the shore behind, the swells passed like wraiths in the calm waters, drifting under the kayak like a memory of a thought.
I passed the south side of Flat holm, the chop & clapotic waves bringing a smile to my face. Above on the West side however it was perfectly calm & a burst of sunshine in the distance was illuminating Cardiff.
 Time to go walkabout.

 Fine looking ladies :O

 Time for some more fun.
Seal Launch Heaven, wish I could of filmed this, I hit the water like a torpedo & grinning like an idiot :)
 Through the gap at castle Rock then onwards to Lavernock.
I made it to Lavernock Outfall in quick time. I had swells hitting from my left rear all the way back from Flat Holm & made good progress pissing about & surfing them back to shore with many a grin & whoops of joy.
I didn't head straight for shore though, the tide was running at lavernock Outfall & the swells were running straight into the tide in the race at lavernock, time for some more surfing :)
I was rather hot after my tide race surfing so I pulled into the calm of the eddy & practiced my rolls & before finishing for the day I did another lap of Sully Island.
I had a wonderful few hours on the water & my heads all the better for it!


  1. Nice on shore pics. No naked people this time then.


  2. Couldn't think of a sheep comment as good as Eurions 'alleged Welsh Comforters' LOL.