|Not a beach, but waves crashing rocks in Bermuda|
Greetings tonight from Columbus, Ohio, at essentially the halfway point back home to Dallas. I normally don’t like to put posts up immediately about places I’ve just visited – I
like to take the extra time to think about what to write and how exactly to organize things – but I really didn’t want to be days late with a post again. Needing something quick to put up,
I thought I’d leave all of you with some photos of the great beaches we saw in Bermuda during our short visit there. Not to worry, I will eventually have a series of posts up about my trip,
but in the meantime, enjoy – and start working on finding your beach this summer! NOTE: Photos posted in the order we visited them.
Alexandra Battery Beach – St. George’s
Bermuda is especially famous for pink sand beaches, a coloration caused by the corals that surround the island.)
St. Catherine’s Beach – St. George’s
Tobacco Bay Beach – St. George’s
Horseshoe Bay Beach – Southampton Parish
the cruise ships dock).
Chaplin Bay Beach – Southampton Parish
Jobson’s Cove – Warwick Parish
Warwick Long Bay Beach – Warwick Parish
Bay, via Chaplin Bay, Jobson’s Cove, and a series of other small beaches and coves along the way.