It was an isolated sunny day amidst the downpours and Rachel and I set off for Kelly's Cove near Kingswear. The hedges were packed with blackberries and sloes, and the sea off Dartmouth was similarly packed with boats, because it's the Regatta. Kelly's Cove is not really a cove, but a series of rocky inlets; you climb or jump in off ledges and it's a great place to explore. On past swims the water has been gin-clear but today it was a milky green - I guess because of all the rain and wind we've had. Rachel and I bobbed about and swam round to another little cove where we found a bright orange buoy; we spent some time trying to dislodge another one but it was wedged into a great tightness as they usually are.