laying around on the beach, I sunburn much too
The beach itself has two different areas, one is a typical sandy spot with plenty of sun bathers, sea shells etc. The other, is left to nature. The rangers do not remove natural refuse. Don't get me wrong, I did not see any garbage so they do keep it clean. What is left is an atmospheric wonderland full of things to look at. Moody and quiet. There were a few other people poking around, but not many, it felt like we had the area to ourselves.
several different variations of these in all sizes.
The next two show some of the fantastic formations of wood. I don't know if they are driftwood or if they grew there at some point.
I got up close to this one in order to take a photo of the shells. The patterns all vary just a little. They reminded me of old Native American pottery. These two guys were hiding on the log. I wonder if they are going out for Sushi?
Close up. Isn't he cute? This guy is about 1.5 inches across (that is about 3.8 cm).
The last photo is my Sweet Hubby looking down from the walkway around the top of the lighthouse.
We spent an afternoon and are planning to go back. You can rent cabins to stay on the island, maybe we will give them a try.
What do you think? Would you like to explore the island?
See you soon.