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    • Fog hanging in over the Wester Cove

    • Landscape;
    • Starting at the Hayjers Rock, the Wester Cove bends in toward the Place on the west side of the River. Cliffs divide the Wester Cove into two parts: tree-covered hills that range toward the Place, and a narrow, rugged shoreline at the base of the...
    • Boys playing football in the Landwash

    • Entertainment and recreation;
    • The Landwash is a natural playground for the young who play in the sand and waves and explore the bordering tidal pools when the sand is in. Children are brave enough to swim in the less-than-warm North Atlantic waters, but adults can be persuaded...
    • The Cock O Wee Path meanders up a grassy slope

    • Landscape;
    • The outer cliffs of the Wester Cove give way to grassy slopes, some of which are easily scalable. The Cock O Wee Path meanders up and down such a slope just up from the Big Rock. Marina Gambin writes, This narrow path in the Wester Cove led down to...
    • Wave-tossed boulders in the Rocks

    • Landscape;
    • The narrow shoreline at the base of the cliffs in the Wester Cove is a magical, natural playground, expanding and contracting with ocean tides and swells. This shoreline is known as the Rocks, referring to the many rocks of myriad shapes, colors...
    • One of the many fossils in the Rocks

    • Landscape; Archeology
    • In addition to a magical place for the young-hearted nature lover, the Rocks are home to a protected fossil site, remnants of life dating back 500 million years. Terry Fletcher writes, Since the description of the Cambrian trilobite Paradoxides...
    • Waterfall at the base of the Green Gulch

    • Landscape;
    • Above the cliffs halfway out the Wester Cove, two forested hills descend and join to create the Green Gulch. The gully water cascades down the cliff face, creating an intimate waterfall far away - it seems - from everything else.
    • Pismire Gully creates a waterfall near the Splink

    • Landscape; Livestock;
    • The Pismire Gully creates a waterfall on the cliff face close to the Splink. This gully was named for the abundance of ants (pismires) around its banks. Before it reaches the cliff face, the Pismire Gully provides convenient drinking water for...
    • Fog creeps in over Red Point

    • Landscape;
    • The valley hills of the Easter Cove range toward the ocean, ending at Red Point the eastern tip of the Cove. Marked by its red-rocked cliffs, Red Point is often the land entrance for fog as it creeps in and out over the eastern hills.

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