Whichever way I look at it theres no escaping the fact that theres a distinct lack of sex in my life at the moment. Reluctantly accepting fate as a somewhat unwilling monk however does leave me plenty of time for paddling & where better to go than a pilgrimage to the Monkstone.
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I'm sure you can imagine the scenario, sunny day, light winds, gentle 18 mile paddle along the coast before setting up camp in the sand dunes. Sounds lovely.
I was meeting up With Eurion, Chris & Adrian at the Knap & to be joined by Stuart & Marcus as we reach Aberthaw.
Chris decided to get off the water here & blag a lift of his misses. Cant say I blame him, I was seriously thinking of camping at Monknash a few miles further on. This trip really was a slog.
I was really easy to spot the flow as the wind on tide was making it rather rough, further in, in the eddies it was completely different.
I help out with some boat carrying before getting back underway, just to the other side of the river to set camp in the sand dunes. I really need some chillout time.