So beautiful and breathtaking and every other adjective you can think of that describes something that makes your jaw drop as you take it in.
We visited Duncan’s Cove for the first time in the spring when nana and papa were visiting. Hubby was jealous of the pics and has been itching to go so we took a beautiful sunny and relatively warm Sunday afternoon to revisit. The waves were crashing too. Bonus.
We even found three geocaches along the way. It was Emery’s first time and he really enjoyed it!
Eleanor is getting a lot more stamina on our hikes, which I’m sure makes her feel more independent (and is easier on our backs). I asked her for a picture and she sat right down on this rock and said a really long cheeeeee – <breath> – eeeeeeese. My thinker.
What a poser. He knows how to frame a shot, I’ll give him that! The water was churning here! (Nana, this is not quite as cliffy as this picture makes it look!)This was almost where we turned around. Even Oliver was commenting on how beautiful the scenery is. I don’t think there could be a bad time of year to hike this trail, but all of the red low foliage puts this time of year right up there on the list.
There are old abandoned bunkers in a couple of places on this hike. The boys thought it was neat that soldiers would have sat in those bunkers at some point. I thought the graffiti was artsy.