the Baroness Outlook, she did pick a nice place for it
history is very interesting and includes whalers, convicts and deadly German family feuds.
Popular among visiiting
tourist is to drop mail in the barrel at Post Office Bay, a tradition started by whalers back in the 18th century.
In the morning of
June 2d 2009 we conducted a smooth wet landing at Cormorant Point to explore the beach and to check out the Flamingos in a
brackish pond. Unfortunately this excursion was a rather uneventful.
In the afternoon we climbed up to the platform at the "Baroness
Lookout" to hear about its morbid history and to enjoy the view.
a perfect landing at Cormorant Point
a juvenile Sally Lightfoot creaps over the lava rock
a sea lion hitchhiker blocks the aft platform
on our way to the Baroness Outlook Freddy is looking for turtles. No luck
Herons are stealth hunters
a sea lion says hello
this is what the Baroness must have seen (apart from the zodiacs of course)