It's Tuesday, June 4th and it's the last of the Isle. Mother nature saved her best weather for the last day. About 75 degrees, blue skies with wispy clouds and a gentle breeze. It's a good day for doing anything outside.
I got up, packed the backpack and had breakfast with Rod. Their pastries are sooo good! I'll pay for this indulgence later...
Checked out of the hotel and headed into Douglas to get gas. I wasn't sure if I had enough left to get me to a gas station, but it did. Filled it up and went riding,
|Horse Drawn Trolley in Downtown Douglas|
The ferry leaves at 7:40pm,so I had to ride and kill time until about 6pm,when it is time to line up for the ferry. If everything goes according to schedule, we'll get off at 11:45pm and ride the t miles back to Morecambe and our hotel. I hope to nap along the way.
|Dead-End Single Track Road|
The Isle was all I wanted it to be, plus more. I've described it as well as I can, so I won't repeat myself. I'm so glad I came.
Well I'm officially off the Isle. We're on the ferry headed back to Hey shame and then Morecambe. This ferry is almost empty of passengers--only 41 aboard. They did load many large semi-trailers, but the ship is not at all full. The ferry coming over was packed to the gills. I plan to eat a bite and take a nap if I can.
I'll try to publish this on Wednesday morning.