Thursday, 26 November 2015

On the Ballycotton Cliff Walk

Quit regular lines in "pattern" on this rock
"Every time he takes a photo, he expects me to stop."

Didn't look too promising at 10.30am yesterday
but cleared up nicely.












 The Mary Stanford lifeboat, now restored by local effort, was key in many rescues when based
in Ballycotton, most famously the Daunt Rock rescue in 1936. She was retired and set to be scuttled
until rescued. She's looking well now. Read some of the story here .