I dashed out of work on the stroke of 5pm. Before the clock had struck 6 I was on the road with Trev and John heading for Anglesey and our Friday night digs at the Anglesey Outdoor Centre. Soon after we arrived we cooked up a pot of steaming hot chilli, washed it down with a few beers and began to make plans for the next day's paddling.
Our retrun paddle to Cemlyn was more direct as we took full advantage of the west-going ebb tide stream. From Cemlyn we headed east to spend the evening at Porthmadog visiting our friend Stephanie. One of my freinds, Emma Black from my past life as a musician was also in town playing at The Ship. We all spent a fine evening fuelled by strong ale and songs.
It was difficult to get up early on Sunday but the sun was rising into a clear blue sky. This begged for some more paddling. We arranged to meet some others at the west shore of Llandudno for a paddle around the Great Orme followed by a dash across the bay to visit the Little Orme.