From one end of the hill you see this marvellous shallow cove.
There, at low tide, sand bars are exposed and you can walk out and stand in ankle deep water and marvel at the kite surfers zipping by.
This surfer was zipping between the waders and the shore.
Occasionally, he would veer toward the rocks and suddenly soar high into the air !
On another recent visit, Wendy and I walked up MacDonald Hill to watch more adventurers enjoying the surf created by far off hurricane Cristobal.
Well that's a first: I've never seen a surfing kayaker before !
In fact there were two of them.
The kayakers would turn their kayaks in a circle as they rode the waves, and more than once I saw them flip over totally and then pop back up. Clearly, they were having a lot of fun.
Wendy was more interested in the whereabouts of her ball, than watching the surfers.
This fella looks like he's standing in shallow water: in fact he's surfing on the top of a wave.
Cristobal created some pretty good waves.
By the way, that mist that peels back off the top of the wave is called "spin drift".
This beach is 20 minutes from my home.
I really should go there more often.