From hiking at Lynn Valley. I've been meaning to check it out for a while.
I made it across the suspension bridge. It was harrowing and my heart race took a few hours to go back to normal but I did make it. Bridges are not my favourite thing. Suspension bridges are basically the worst thing ever. So I was pretty proud. Overcome your fears and what not. Try not to get stuck or curl up into a ball halfway across.
I did find a route that involves not crossing a suspension bridge so if I'm there in the future I'll probably do that instead.
The hike was pretty. I find the cliff diving thing confusing. At first I saw the signs and was like well that's a bit much then I was like oh yeah that makes sense.
I mean I hardly managed to cross the suspension bridge so there's no way I was gonna jump off a cliff.
Humans are weird.
It was cool watching the splashes after people jumped in. And the water was a beautiful greenish colour. Fantastic.
As usual I felt over dressed and hard core. Having a father whose catchphrase could be "Ticks really freak me out" has motivated me to take tick precautions whenever I hike even if everyone else is in flip-flops. I already have enough nerve damage going on. Not looking for any more.