This the Barrel Rock at the entrance to Bude Haven, North Cornwall at 1445 this afternoon.
High water was 1334, the wind is south west, force 6-7.
This coast stretches North-South. Due west is Newfoundland, Canada.
This is not a coast for a small boat on a day like today, but there was a time when the choices were different.
This is one of a number of posts on the Ketch “Ceres”. They have been presented in a random order as and when I have found, or been given, new material. They represent steps in a personal quest to find out more about one branch of my family.
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