On Friday, Trent and I got out for our first paddle of the decade. The weather was suitable, +1C with very little wind coming from the southwest (less than 20 km/h). So we headed to Trinity Bay to Thornlea and paddled north along the peninsula for a few hours. Its a very interesting coastline, with lots of beaches, small caves and a few waterfalls. We also spotted a seal along the way, basking on the rocks. As soon as we started getting close, he started moving towards the water, so we backed off and left him alone to continue sun bathing.
I was experimenting with my new camera setup, which is a headstrap mount for my GoPro Hero, which basically lets me wear the camera like a headlamp, so some of the pics and video came out a little rough, I'm still trying to figure out the best positioning for it.
Anyways, here are some pics. Once I get some editing done, I'll post some of the video I took. Its pretty rough, and shakey, but I think there are some decent shots in there.