On to the pictures! Here is Syd being Manly with a capital M:
T. spent much of the coastal part of the walk explaining where he would put cannons, so I offer the Tactical Genius:
The sandstone acquires wonderful complexity as it is worn by the waves. I took lots of pictures of rocks, but I picked this one to show:
At one point, we came to an area where aboriginal rock etchings are preserved. Many of them, despite efforts, are fading. Most are too big to fit comfortably in a photo. However, this fish makes me happy:
And, just to prove that I did walk up ten million zillion stairs and hills, I offer this example of the gorgeous scenery we encountered:
I spent, according to the kids, the last 5 km of the walk complaining about how hungry I was. I feel that this was justified, since we finally had lunch at 4:00, immediately upon our return to places with restaurants. T. and I sat peacefully on the beach in our food comas, but Syd was determined to swim. He liked it. I liked not moving.