Low tide, check. Sunny weather, no clouds, check. Camera etc, check. Steel Wool? check. No hurry today, I planned a whole day.
Had no idea how far I had to walk, or to where I was really going. I took a gestimation to the cove I was going to explore.
Started off, just walking, climbing over rocks and snapping the occasional picture. ( check my Roman Baths Page for this section of the story ) ( Then check the Black Head Beach page for this section )
After getting passed all those pesky birds, I saw an interesting shaped rock, little caves where popping out of the wood work, or should I say Caversham Sandstone Cliffs. I stumbled though and archway or two.
And there I was, at the cove I imagined my cave to be, all that Google maps searching might have got me somewhere. A weird place for a small forest. Loads of water logged trash and every thing that had ever fallen off the cliffs high above.
Searched a few more of the little caves, they were all quite creepy.
Starting to realize that my cave wasn't here at all, the beach was all but done, and I didn't feel like swimming into an ocean.
No matter how the tide looked, I can't come all this way and not walk to the end of the beach.
It wasn't far to go, and you know what, right there, right beside where I was standing, A mother of a cave! a wide but low entry way that opened into this massive cavern.
The Caversham Cavern! Very impressive and well worth the walk, I set up some shots and checked out all the carved names and dates. Please don't add to them. I hope you enjoy your adventure. And watch those tides.
Sore wet feet - Stu