LUNDY ISLAND (part two).
I now its a bit cart before the horse but please read Lundy part one first.These two pictures show the habour and landing jetty on the lovely quiet, picturesque island of Lundy,the first from just a few hundred yards up the long (for me) haul 400 or so feet up to the top. The second was taken above Millcombe house almost to the top and a well earned rest. One thing for sure is Health allowing we will be back next year to see what we didnt manage this time.
While on the Island we half hoped to see Puffins but neither ourselves or anyone we spoke to on the return trip managed that.
Looking down on, directly in front the "Marisko Arms" and central, people sitting outside the well equipped little shop where we bought Lundy's own postage stamps.The church is in the background.
(Above)This is a view from the window of a disused cottage,who the hell would move from there.
This picture is of the disused hospital and workers cottages, it has such a beautiful view it must almost have been pleasant to be in here.They are around a third of the way along the path (we only managed a few hundred yds more)
These photo's show how flat the ground is once you have reached the top.The Heather here makes a lovely contrast with the grass and rocks.
In the photo below, Sue, with the long central path disapearing into the distance.
Below the path as it leads away from the jetty toward the top and a well deserved rest and a little drop of tea ( or what ever is your tipple).