12 of us went on the standard Friday NSW Sea Kayak Club paddle (OANDORA) this morning. I’m writing this blog update because it was a glorious winter’s day in Sydney, 20 degrees and sunny with a light breeze, and it was a great day to be paddling. We paddled to Shelley Beach from Little Manly and I caught a few nice modest waves on the Bower. Moving on to the exciting bit, we’d been keeping our eyes peeled the entire way hoping for a whale sighting. Nada. Zip. However……off Quarantine Beach, on our return, we spied a lazy seal that had hauled out on a rock and was now basking in the sun….and a sea eagle perched in a tree nearby. Twin sightings that made our day.
About David Fisher
David has a love of the outdoors, camping, adventure and meeting like-minded people. He joined the NSW Sea Kayak Club in July 2006 and the enthusiasm and lessons learned from club members and trainers since has turned David into an avid sea kayaker and proud club member.
David created this website to chronicle some of his trips, to share the enjoyment of kayaking with others and perhaps even to inspire.