The interior of the barn.
A view of the house from the end of the yard, notice the muddy yard, quite messy.
This is the barn, within which were many games, including pool, darts and ping-pong.
Here we see Jamie is preparing bacon sandwiches for many.
The house was a fairly old construction and whilst very pleasant, as my fairly short friend Paul demonstrates here there's not a lot of head room!
James takes a shot, his style was very relaxed sitting down to shoot, but he didn't actually hit any targets.
Jamie loads the air-rifle ready for another shot.
The layered structure of the cliffs was remarkable, clearly tilted 90 degrees from where it was formed they made stunning scenery.
Here we see the house again, this time from the cliffs of the hill seen earlier near the cove.
Despite being quite different geologically, the coast seemed oddly home-like to me.
Everyone had fun on the rocks and (surprisingly) with no serious injuries.
To feed everyone, we made a huge batch of spag-bol. However Mars decided it would be fun to try and eat the whole Kilo of spaghetti on his own.
The view to the coast from the back of the Barn.
An added interest for us over the weekend was the shooting, here we see Paul's air-rifle.
Paul strikes a heroic pose on the top of a rock at the beach.
The lounge where we spent large amounts of our evenings and indeed mornings and afternoons.