We arrived at the Falcourt Inn, where we spent the next two nights. The inn is a bed and breakfast during the day, and a restaraunt at night (good food!).
This is the view looking up to our room. We stayed in the Mill View Suite, which is so named because it looks out at a saw mill.
The view from the room looking down. The saw mill is the red and white building in the middle, across the Nictaux river. One of the nights, we went for a walk down the river (to the right).
|In our room, we had a closet. The photo to the right shows the location of the closet in the room. Click on it to get a better view and find out what's so special about it.|
Monday, we started the day going over to Delap's Cove, which is south from Scott's Bay. One the way to Delap's cove, we stopped at Hall's Harbor.
The harbor was small, and contained a small pier. Here, several boats are moored.
Delap's cove is a small cove accessible only by a hiking trail. Here we are hiking on the trail down to the cove.
Here is a view down the shoreline by the cove. Most of the rock formation is volcanic basalt in origin. The cove cuts through the rock just ahead.
The cove itself is very small, punctuated by this waterfall. While we were watching the waterfall, we witnessed a dragonfly lay its eggs in the pool underneath. She was bouncing up a down like a pogo stick, laying one egg at time in the sand.