Paddles with an Anas acuta...... unashamedly biased toward the sea kayak of that name (actually the voyages of two boats, one 'traffic over gold', one 'quill')

Thursday, 1 September 2011

Kayakdemer II- Les Tas de Pois

A tricky launch at Camaret with the tide out,

returning at HW it was close to the top of the quay.

A fine rocky shore between the pointe du Grand Gouin and Pointe du Toulinguet.

It was a misty day, giving a 'scottish ambience' according to our French companions.

The NW swell made for poor photographic conditions N of the Tas de Pois.

However, the sea flattened off in their lee. (photo- Yvonne)

Lashing rain added to the unseasonal feel as we sheltered in a cave out of the swell. What a great day out. Crozon would be a good location for a week's paddling, rocks, cliffs, caves, stacks and rocky islets, surf beaches, it has it all, and there would always be a sheltered side.
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