Sunday, 13 December 2009
Photos taken 9 Jan 2009
Also known as Blacks Beach
We've been visiting Tranquil Bay since we first came to Rosedale, usually on the way to walking to Guerilla Bay. You cross two headlands.
In her book Poppy, Drusilla Modjeska wrote of a walk from Guerilla Bay:
" This morning we went for a long walk, over headlands, round rocky promontories and along beaches. We swam in still water at the curved end of the beach while surf crashed at the other. There was nothing but old-fashioned wooden boat sheds."
A walk in the opposite direction to that which we have often done.
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