|Shark sighted at Port Welshpool|
As we launched from Port Welshpool on Saturday morning, the inlet was millpond calm.
|Doing 9 kmh|
|Bill emerges from the Whale Rock|
|Heading to Lighthouse Point|
|Shark sighted at Three Mile Beach|
|All hands on cameras|
Amongst the cliffs were some interesting caves.
|Hamish heading towards the crack|
|And into the crack, in reverse|
|Cape Barren Geese domestic dispute|
|Shag on a rock|
From Rabbit Island we headed back to the Prom and the diminutive Rabbit Rocks and to our campsite at Five Mile Beach.
|Between a rock and a hard place|
|Landing at Five Mile|
The campsite, which requires permits and is limited to 12 campers, was set amongst the trees. As we landed at low tide, there was a long carry to get our gear and boats to the campsite.
The next morning we were spared the long carry of the previous afternoon. The high tide brought enough water up the creek to allow a comfortable launch from the creek.
|Johnny Souey Cove|
The wind picked up a little on the trip North. I broke out my homemade sail for a little assistance.
|We are sailing|
We paddled into Corner Inlet while the tide was still flowing out and had an early lunch at Biddy’s Cove. Small crabs crawled all over the sand exposed by the low tide.
|Soft shell crabs|
|Tacking the briny|