At Hartlen Point, the strong on-shore winds combined with high tide can make for some impressive conditions there.
|Can you see Devil's Island in the distance ?|
Today the ocean sounded like a freight train, moving closer and closer still. The noise was most impressive.
Walking along the cliffs of Hartlen in a sensory treat: a feast for the eyes, ears, nose and even the skin. I wonder what Trey makes of the scents the wind brings to him ?
The cliffs are constantly being eroded by the lashing waves. The walking paths along the edge of the cliffs are always shifting away from the edge. Over the past three years the paths have probably moved inland at least 10 feet.
When walking near the edge it's important to verify that the land is as solid as it appears to be.
The above shot from last summer illustrates my point.
But Trey doesn't care about any of this. He just wants me to throw the ball.
Just not off the the cliff !