This adventure is best told in pictures.....
And we are off....
It was eerie but beautiful in the caves
Not the greatest shot, but this rock was alive
with Cormorants. Their feathers are not waterproof,
and they perch on the rocks holding their wings out to the side to dry.
Wave and tide action are eroding the cliffs all around the island
We entered here and went right through to the other side.
The whole excursion took about an hour.
I thoroughly enjoyed it. I am always interest in the rock formations
anywhere I travel.
In another life I would like to have been
a geologist, or an oceanographer, or a hermit on a beautiful island
where I could live in peace, and have the time to paint,
walk the sandy beaches looking for beach glass and special stones.
I could walk the beaches all day
because fibro would not get in my way.
I would kayak along the shoreline
and perhaps catch a glimpse of a whale
My fingers could drag in the water, and feel it's coolness,
and I would wipe my brow
and be thankful.
WAKE UP BONNIE and publish this blog..........
......but it was a nice little daydream.
Till next time......