By Janet Alred, 25 March 2011.
Following his talk the previous evening, on Friday John Dove led a field trip for eleven members to Stromberg Falls and Marshall Point. At the Falls, we saw a creek exiting a cave and running into a swallet concealed under our feet. Then we went up to where a sink hole gurgled about 10 metres below us. The group then scrambled down to the foot of the falls before returning to the cars.
Lunch was on the sheltered side of Shelter Point as a howling southeaster was blowing into the south facing beach. Afterwards down at Marshall Point we looked at chemically weathered grikes and ran our fingers over a razor sharp edge honed by the mixture of seawater and limestone. We finished just as the rain started just in time to catch the 3pm ferry.