|Written by Philip Clegg|
|Tuesday, 15 May 2012 12:31|
Whilst I was running a Tide Race and Overfall session for the Anglesey Sea Kayak Symposium Joe dropped in to Penrhyn Mawr Tide Race for a quick surf and to say hello before continuing on his way round Britain. He has had a really quick start taking only 11 days to get from Falmouth to Anglesey where he is now having a few days rest until the weather is suitable for the crossing to the Isle of Man. Last night I took him for a game of Canoe Polo at the local club: http://www.dragoncanoeclub.com/canoe-polo/ and this evening I'll drop him off at Cemlyn to camp overnight ready for his early start on the 50 Nm crossing to his home Island. Looking at the current weather forecast it looks likely he will cross from there to Ireland before headding north and crossing to the Mull of Kintire on Scotland. He is definately one to watch on this record breaking year of attemps on one of the most interesting expeditions in the sea kayaking world. To follow his progress check out his blog: http://joeroundbritain.wordpress.com/.