Very relaxed kayaking in Pembrokeshire with little swell and very little wind. Big caves, little caves, and local seals.
More kayaking in Pembrokeshire, but taking the cliffs and caves up a notch.
Calm kayaking is good for me. I like to be upon the sea.
Kim continues to face her fears of the sea, and is rewarded by a seal.
No court, only sea.
It’s too hot to climb so we’re going to get on and in the water this weekend.
Doing stuff, and keeping ourselves amused. Now we’re allowed back in the sea we’re making the most of it, while keeping our distance from other people.
Flexible working hours and being allowed back out to explore our local area gives the opportunity for a little variety on top of the running and at-home-strength-training. Woot!
OMG the weather is amazing let’s get outside and do everything.
It’s a frozen, sunny weekend morning and the surf will be good. Unfortunately everybody else thinks the same thing, so we’ll surf further along the beach where us surfing noobs can have a bit of space. It’s not so sheltered and a lot harder to get out to the waves here. Kim has a fear of the sea yet she’s started sea kayaking and surfing and wants to get over this fear.
There’s a gap in between the storms so we’re getting outside to try and get on some dry rock. It’s a familiar struggle at this time of year. To the beach!