As I left my camera battery being charged in the beachhouse, you'll just have to imagine all of the great photos which could have showed volcano calderas, lava tubes, fern forests, and rock petroglyphs. We got a late start today, while Ken and I watched the last round of the Masters Golf Tournament. Our timing was perfect, however, to finish the long walk along the lava-strewn eastern coast of the island to a wooden boardwalk surrounding hundreds of 400-700 year old rock carvings before darkness made the walk back difficult.
The only resource somewhat lacking on the southern coasts of the island seems to be restaurants. We've stocked up on groceries, however, and making some very enjoyable meals at home.
Pat came up with a great idea on how to make sure to remember to replace the battery in the camera in the morning after charging it at night. Take the lens off the camera, and place it near the battery charger.
Four more days in Paradise.