|The Promenade in Bray headed towards Bray Head and the Cliff Walk.|
|Those waves were mesmerizing.|
|Bray is an old Victorian resort town. It still has that kind of air.|
We started with the sun in our eyes and a bit of a cool breeze. Bray Head was straight ahead as we walked the down Promenade. It loomed before us great and green. The sound of the waves called us on as we walked to the trail. We spent a few minutes watching a sea gull bob on the water. The kids thought it was quite silly. The views of the ocean along the trail were beautiful. It was really hard to get good pictures since the sun was in our eyes. I hope to get down there again in the afternoon when the light is a bit more favorable. As we walked, we occasionally heard the train rumble by. Spencer was fascinated by the "train-track tunnels" and loved pointing them out whenever the wall dipped below his eye line.
|Looking back towards Bray from the trail.|
As we walked into Greystones, we passed a marina. Jonathan loved watching the boats but Hyrum and I were happy to see again our helper from the train station in Bray. We formerly introduced ourselves to George and his wife ans spent a few minutes talking to them. It was a wonderfully unique opportunity to thank this kind man. They are lovely people and I am so glad we ran into them. It was a fun day together as a family and a fun way to explore and get a taste of Ireland.
|Coming into Greystones.|