Monday, September 13, 2010

The Giant's Causeway

This is one of Northern Ireland's most famous land marks. There are thousands of basalt stone columns that were left by volcanic eruptions. The stones are all in hexagon shapes. There are rocks throughout the area named Camel, Wishing chair, Harp, and Organ. It was fun to try and find the shapes. We hiked quit a bit and climbed lots of stairs. While we were at the bottom of the Causeway it poured down rain but by the time we reached the top the wind had almost thoroughly dried us out.

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