The Causeway is famous for its stones, but there is so much more to see than just those. This is the Bay of the Cow. I think it is called that because this area used to be grazing land, and if a cow took a wrong step, they came to an untimely end. At any rate, there is a camel in the picture below, can you find him?
|Can you see the Camel?|
|Maybe this picture will help.|
|Can you see him now?|
|The Famous Causeway. But I still had to walk there...|
Finn McCoul ran into his house and told his wife that the Scottish Giant was following her. She told him to get into the baby trundle. He did so and preceded to pretend to be a baby. The Scottish giant came in looking for Finn McCoul. Finn's wife told him that Finn was out at the moment and showed him their "baby." When the Scottish giant saw how big Finn McCoul's "baby" was, he high-tailed it back to Scotland and tore up the causeway behind him. Therefore, we were walking on the remnants on the Irish coast, but there are also similar structures on the Scottish coast.
|The hills are on fire! (Well, they look like it)|
|That is better.|
|The Wishing Chair|
|The dark stones are slippery|
|The Giant's Gate|
|The Giant's gate from the other side.|
|The Great Causeway|
|The Bay of the Cow|