You do need good footwear to be able to get up and down this slip way but rest assured it is worth the walk. The surrounding beauty is just as good with a babbling brook coming down the cliff.
The tide was in so not a lot of the beach to be seen but so nice to sit awhile and take in all its beauty. The different colours of the sea with its aqua tinge daring and teasing you to think you were in warmer climes. Once again lots of sea birds to be seen, their antics watched from afar.
All to soon time to climb back up the rugged path back to the car. Hard work but worth every second to sit amongst the beauty of this hidden gem. I hope you enjoyed this little tour.
The clouds here have darkened but they are moving quickly so hopefully the rain will soon pass over so that we can venture out for another stroll. In the meantime to the kitchen to replenish the cake tin ready for the weekend. More bread needs making and I have already been out to the garden and picked a couple of bunches of mint ready to be tied up for drying.
The pattern I use for the Harris Tweed bags that I make is in the book Sweet and Simple Handmade by Melissa Wastney that I got from The Works, hope that helps Christina. It is a very versatile pattern that suggests it be used as a bag for a new mum but personally I think it ould need more separation or pockets.
Take care and stay safe.
See you soon.