We had another lovely day on the water last Sunday & got our paddle in before the wind really kicked in.
13 members left from Kendall to explore Logans Crossing while 4 of us departed from Dunbogan, paddling across Watson Taylor Lake & into the Camden Haven River. We had a comfortable crossing which we did in 35 minutes & the wind just started to pick up strength as we pulled in on the sandy beach for a rest stop. In case anyone is thinking of using the Apex Park ramp, it is closed off for ramp & retaining wall upgrades. We went over the bridge, veered right & launched at the little beach just a short distance up the road. The Camden Haven River is always a pleasant paddle with lovely trees & views. Just around the corner from our rest stop there was a group of ibis grazing peacefully amongst the mangroves. When we reached the bridge we checked out the ramp off Sunnyvale Road as an alternative to the one at Rossglen & then proceeded up the long straight. A couple of kms from Kendall we spotted some of the other group which had ventured downstream & caught up with them. Back at Kendall we all washed & loaded up & headed over to the little park for lunch.
Thanks Greg for doing the car shuffle for the Dunbogan paddlers & to Peter for leading the Logans Crossing paddle.
Hope everyone enjoyed their paddle.