|Holyhead Mountain sunset|
I was parked up fairly early, and the beach only had a few people milling around and a small fishing boat getting ready to launch. With the warm sunshine I paddled in a rash vest and no cag, so nice to avoid the "boil in the bag" drysuit.
The trip was pretty much a repeat of the journey I had made a few weeks earlier and again I enjoyed exploring all the channels and caves of this wonderful stretch of coast. It's hard to tire of this spectacular area, and this must be my favourite part of Anglesey.
On the return leg near South Stack I saw a dolphin/porpoise fin break the surface a few times, but wasn't quick enough on the camera to catch it.
|Arch near Penrhyn Mawr|
|South Stack come into view shortly after Penrhyn Mawr|
|Approaching South Stack|
|Climbers on Gogarth|
|North Stack flowing, but in friendly mood|
|Lunch stop in Abraham's Bosom|
When I returned to Porth Dafarch it was very crowded, with many small boats in the area. I carried my boat up to the car and then enjoyed a very welcome ice cream in the afternoon sunshine.
19km round trip.