End of a perfect day

We picked our parkup for the night because it’s ten minutes away from tomorrow’s destination. It didn’t register until we arrived that we were visiting the 4000-year-old Altar Wedge Tomb. Not only is this a great example of the type, but we had it all to ourselves. We found that odd because the car park was full — we grabbed the last remaining spot — so we wondered where all the people were. A short meander down the road (truth be told, I was looking for ripe berries) revealed a small, protected beach. So that’s where everyone went.

We were content to bask in the sunshine and explore our little corner of the universe as afternoon slipped into evening.

I never get tired of gazing at the place where the sea meets the sky.

The days are getting shorter. We have so much more to see.

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  1. I love your comment that you have so much more to see. You’ve already seen and shared so much more than most of us. Even those of us who’ve traveled quite a bit don’t see the marvelous things you see because you are willing to go out of your way and on strenuous hikes to visit sites that fascinate but don’t draw the crowds that most tourist stops do.

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