Wednesday, February 22, 2017

BOUDDI NP COASTAL HIKE - 22 FEBRUARY 2017

A morning sunrise at North Avoca then over to Copacabana for a surf check. Both were looking smooth but no quality in the waves.


I continued onwards to Putty Beach in Bouddi National Park.


I walked along the beach watching the small waves break and foam white for a short distance up the sand till their energy was spent and they backwashed to add to the size of the next wave. And so it continued.



At the end of the beach I climbed the stairs to the top of the headland and followed the track and raised path to the next beach. I was a pleasant walk with:



coastal views towards Sydney
sheer cliffs
waves crashing into and over the rocks
tessellating sandstone
bird call
and wooden stairs

I spent a bit of time sitting on a rock at the end of the beach watching the waves break over the sand and the rocks with an expansive coastal background. All very pretty and serene.



After the hike, I had an ocean swim at Terrigal Haven with a cappuccino

About mid morning, my daughter and her bird went to Killcare swim for a swim and lunch. Archibald, her bird was the star of the afternoon show, as usual.

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