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Misc March

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March has been giving me a little of everything. Some sea kayaking. Some outdoor shows. Some new friends. Some river paddling. Some circumnavigation of Holy Island. Some tendonitis in my left forearm. Some new bookings. Some new neighbours. Some new plans. Some fantastic days in the mountains of Snowdonia (but that I can't tell you about since this is a blog about kayaking, not mountain walking). Some great days for shooting pictures of other paddlers. But most of all, it has made sure spring arrived this month to North Wales!

So if you haven't dusted off your kayak and paddle yet, now is the time to do it. Let's go paddling!

Down below are some miscellaneous paddle pictures from the last few weeks and if you click on them, they will be presented in a light box. That is in a bigger format.

Like lingon berries and apples, a whole fruit garden of kayaks on the beach of Port Diana, just waiting to get picked. Demo day with Summit to Sea.

Like lingon berries and apples, a whole fruit garden of kayaks on the beach of Port Diana, just waiting to get picked. Demo day with Summit to Sea.

Ben cruising along the rocks with a Greenland stick in his hands.

Ben cruising along the rocks with a Greenland stick in his hands.

Heading out from Port Diana, with Trearddur Bay in the background. I've been to worse places to paddle...

Heading out from Port Diana, with Trearddur Bay in the background. I've been to worse places to paddle...

OMG! If I was made of money, I would have gotten me a kayak in this color. No matter the brand or model, the color is more important.  ;-)

OMG! If I was made of money, I would have gotten me a kayak in this color. No matter the brand or model, the color is more important. ;-)

Danish girl Linda seemed to enjoy the day on the water. At least that was what her smile was telling me this day.

Danish girl Linda seemed to enjoy the day on the water. At least that was what her smile was telling me this day.

The Skerries from a distance. I wonder how many paddlers stayed on the beach this day or went for a paddle in the local bay instead.  The Skerries from a distance. I wonder how many paddlers stayed on the beach this day or went for a paddle in the local bay instead.

The Skerries from a distance. I wonder how many paddlers stayed on the beach this day or went for a paddle in the local bay instead. The Skerries from a distance. I wonder how many paddlers stayed on the beach this day or went for a paddle in the local bay instead.

Crossing some boiling eddy lines in the Swellies.

Crossing some boiling eddy lines in the Swellies.

Nick in is Valley Nordkapp LV. That boat knows it self around in these waters by now.

Nick in is Valley Nordkapp LV. That boat knows it self around in these waters by now.

Who is the fastest? The paddler in the boat or the tide in the straits?

Who is the fastest? The paddler in the boat or the tide in the straits?

A pretty grey day turned into a lovely sunny day. But that was of course when the tide almost had stopped running.

A pretty grey day turned into a lovely sunny day. But that was of course when the tide almost had stopped running.

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