Monday, April 26, 2010

Angelsey pictures of the day: Moelfre - Lynas Point - Bull Bay v.v.

Guests of the Anglesey seakayak symposium are arriving day by day on the campsite. Today Walter from the Netherlands joined us on a paddle trip from Moelfre to Bull Bay and back: three Dutchmen in a kayak ;-)
This stretch of Anglesey's coastline is perhaps a bit less rough than the Westcoast, but the scenery is great with a fantastic view on the mountains of Wales (even with some patches of snow on the highest parts) - yesterday visibility was poor but today excellent. Encounters with porpoises, seals and lots of different seabirds topped a relaxed paddle trip.
Moelfre-Point Lynas-Bull Bay v.v. 30 km, S-SW 3-4 Bft, 30 km.


Lieke said...

Het klinkt of je het heel erg leuk hebt! De foto's zagen er mooi uit! Veel plezier!
Groetjes en een dikke kus lieke

Axel said...

Hi Hans,
It looks like you have great weather and paddling conditions. Nice picture of breaking wave behind Govert at Rhoscolyn. Here in Reykjavik a forecasted NE-6 turned-out to be a calm sunny afternoon. Not really 4* conditions but excellent to go through various leadership scenario's for this training.

Hans Heupink said...

Hoi Lieke! Ja het is super hier! Thuis ook alles goed? Nog een paar dagen en dan naar NY. Spannend hoor,

Hans Heupink said...

Hi Axel!
Conditions are fine here. Not to warm, but nice to paddle. For the symposium weekend summer is predicted ;-) How is the vulcano?
Have a nice time in Iceland.
Looking forward to meet you here!