Once again, Linda charged off, heading for the clothing optional part of the beach. This time we found it. There was proof, not that I dared photograph it. This was a lovely sand beach, though from a photographic perspective it was a little dull. Only a couple pieces of driftwood. But soft sand, it goes on forever, and there was hardly anyone on it.
Earlier in the day we started to stroll on the beach in Napier, but it was tough sledding. Firstly, we didn't want to get anywhere near the water. Second, the gravel was so soft it was hard to walk on.
I wanted to pose Linda there, but this guy would not move.
The outlook above Napier.
Found some dark skies, but I'm so far behind on editing.