Noticed a number of sea urchins on the trailway today. They were dropped there by seagulls. See the video clip below to see how they get at the meat. The shoreline looks something like Newfoundland Labrador.
I decided to walk down the bank, of the trailway, to the rocky beach below. A lady friend of ours, who is in her eighties said that she now walks on Topsail Beach. For those of us who are familiar with that beach, it is comprised of medium and larger size beach rocks. She has had a hip replacement and feels that the beach rocks gives her better coordination and strengthens her leg muscles.
Well, if she can walk on beach rocks, I should still be able to walk on rocks as shown in the third photo. The climb down the bank wasn’t too bad but, at 67, it’s a little more difficult to walk and jump from rock to rock and around boulders. It was fun and invigorating though and I will do it again.
Oh yes, The Tiger Woods hat. It was washed upon the rocks. I can only presume that it blew off someones head while they were boating on the bay. It looked in good condition, despite the beating from the saltwater and the rocks. I hung it on the top of a small tree as shown in the photo. We are scheduled to get bad weather, wind and snow, so I decided to go back today, Dec 3rd, and retrieve it. The cap was still where I had left it. Anybody want to buy a saltwater washed, rock and weather beaten “Tiger Woods” baseball cap? Note: see last photo showing our weather today..Dec 4th
Down the rocky beach
Someone lost their Tiger Woods cap
Weather Dec 4th @ 9:00am