Of course the first thing we do is launch the 'yaks and go exploring. I hear running water nearby and find a treat: Miles Inlet contains a salt lagoon with a spillway higher than the inlet level at lower tides: the lagoon fills at high tide and then drains away, creating a 'salt waterfall' or mini-rapid (here seen in the middle distance). Note the kelp streaming towards me in the fairly strong current. We played about in this salt stream, paddling right up to it and then letting it whisk the kayak away again (wheeee!); had we been here at high tide we could have ventured into the lagoon beyond.
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