Returning to our 150 year old B&B we stepped into a water puddle in our room, water dripping from the ceiling. Fortunately our hosts had a little spare room which they graciously gave us as a complimentary night for the inconvenience.
The sun was shining in the morning but it was only 10 degrees C. Back up to the lighthouse to watch the roaring ocean batter the huge cliffs.
A short hike to Little Harbour to see the natural arch. Came across an old root cellar which are quite common in the area, remnants of abandoned communities.
The ocean is like a magnet drawing us in with it's majestic power. We just can't get enough of the beauty that has us in awe at every turn in the road and continues to draw our thought to our amazing Creator.
"The seas have lifted up, Lord,
The seas have lifted up their voice;
The seas have lifted up their pounding waves.
Mightier than the thunder of the great water,
Mightier than the breakers of the sea -
the Lord on high is mighty." Psalm 93: 3-4