The four of us looked a little like these sheep, we walked single file, the distance between us gaining as time moved on as we each settled into our own walking rhythm.
The youngest of our group, Annabelle, with her long legs quickly set the pace and lead for most of the journey.
Málmey is the island most in view and I was able to get a couple of different perspectives as my walk moved around the cape.
Still had a fair distance to travel before reaching our goal, but you can see the isthmus that we walked along connecting the cape to the mainland.
A bit higher up
A view nearly straight up the middle of Málmey
Annabelle and Patricia at the cache, we spotted a whale in the distance...but my finger clicking camera skills are too slow!
Bjarki happy to have made it.
Pretty spectacular from all 360° angles
View of Drangey from one angle
Aah time to make the trip back down.
We took so long that we saw the sunset over Málmey.
As we reached flat ground
the colours changed and the landscape was bathed in a soft golden glow
Patricia and Bjarki had also been horseriding earlier in the afternoon and so were pretty exhausted by the time we got back...I think the leaning towards each other is for physical support!
A really memorable walk and an ode to slow geocaching!