> Bob Whitmire wrote:
>> That sounds like the place I know as Little Hunter Beach. The steps
>> part, particularly. It's back on the map. Rangers don't encourage
>> people to go to Hunter Beach anymore because of rock removal.
> Yup, Little Hunter's Beach. May have changed the name to make it
> sound less attractive?
> It's not on the official park map they handed us when we went in. It
> is on the National Geog. map we have. Completely unmarked on the
> road, just a wide shoulder for a couple of cars and the top of the
> staircase. The only sign is the one below saying not to take any
> rocks away. No surf to speak so no "music".
> We got there quite late in the day, as clouds were massing. I got a
> few shots I like, but haven't picked a favorite dusk across the cove
> image yet.
Thanks. That's a very lovely and well captured setting. It makes me want
to go back up/out east one more time this year, but it's a bit too late
in the season for me.
Of the 3 cove shots you've shown so far, I'd vote for 8238ia.
Russ Butler (NJ USA)
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