Paddling out to the rocky outcrop of Carreg Gafeilliog there was a slight swell which made things a bit more interesting as I paddled between the various rocks that make up Carreg Gafeilliog.
The Southerly flowing ebb tide was already building up speed as I ferry glided from St John's Point out to Gwahan.
Conditions were quite lively out at the small rock with waves breaking over the Southerly tip of the it.
Paddling up to the North end of Gwahan I then broke back into the main tide race and let it take me into Ramsey Sound.
It was an express ride through the Sound and before I knew it I was at the small beach at Carn ar Wig.
After a short break I start making my way Northward following the mainland coast of Ramsey Sound.
I take a look in Ogof Mary and like yesterday there was plenty of water in the springs flowing off the cliff.
I paddle into a sheltered St Justinian and then the short distance back to Porthsele which is a bit of a slog as I am paddling into the now quite strong wind.
Only a short paddle in very different conditions from yesterday. Yet another great weekend in Pembrokeshire, lets hope the new year continues as it has started.