“Poetry is as necessary to comprehension as science.
It is as impossible to live without reverence as it is
from The Outermost House
Another walk along the seawall to Siwash Rock.
surrounds the origin of the rock . It is between 15 and 18 metres tall (50–60 feet).
from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This walk did offer an opportunity to enjoy the beach
and the gulls
It also reminded us that we were is a large
The next photo shows what I really enjoy about
this spot, the mountains, the forest and the sea all
combined in a large vibrant city and a working port.
Finally the cliff comes right down
to the seawall and there is Siwash rock.
The native legend states that this rock is a
young chief transformed to stone as a tribute
to his loyalty to his unborn child. The following
link is to "The Siwash Rock" by E. Pauline Johnson
We all know by now that the life of the sea fascinates me.
And all walks should include a sunset.
"We all want to break our orbits,
float like a satellite gone wild in space,
run the risk of disintegration.
We all want to take our lives in our own hands
and hurl them out among the stars."
from Coasting Towards Midnight
at the Southeastern Fair