Getting licked by a cow, not the other way around. Also climbing Pembrokeshire cliffs.
The academic year is at an end, and running in the rain.
More kayaking in Pembrokeshire, but taking the cliffs and caves up a notch.
It’s blowing about 10knots from the northish, but we should be fairly sheltered paddling from Saundersfoot to Tenby and back. Let’s see what we can find.
A follow up of the “Why do you watch anatomy videos?” short. And climbing. And geocaching in strange places.
Calm kayaking is good for me. I like to be upon the sea.
Time to paint some bits of the van, and to tell you about the knee ligaments model that demonstrates what happens to stability when the knee flexes or when a ligament is torn.
I fancy a view.
Kim continues to face her fears of the sea, and is rewarded by a seal.
Kim and I have been together for 30 years.