Off to North Avoca for a kayak on Avoca Lagoon.
The lagoon was glassy and the reflections of the trees and bush were perfect. The sun was rising and the temperature was warming up.
The far tributary was a great paddle. Narrow and overgrown with an old spider encrusted bridge joining two fields together at one point. I have never seen any productive use of the fields except for a 1/2 dozen orange trees.
The highlights today were the spider webs that were glistering in the morning sun and dew, a dragon on the tributary bank being rigid for ages anxious for my departure and heaps of dragon flies. The latter was hard to film as they only hovered a short time then flitted to a new spot. Great to watch!
A nice 3.57km paddle that took about 1:30 with various stops.