Don't be lazy. make your way across the breakwater. Just don't go bare foot on the breakwater, because the rough boulder surface will scratch the bottom of your feet & the hot sand will be a unpleasant surprise once you make your way into the island.
Wade in the water during low tide. Walk on the sandy pool & feel the prickly horsetail grass in the water.
See if you can find the natural gas escaping and making bubbles under water.
Most crabs are dead, but some may be alive and small.
Watch out for jelly fish.
Even in high tide you can still wade in the water to the north side - be mindful of current.
Take your time to take in the fragrant air scented by the wild roses.
We saw family with fishing poles hanging out by the light house.
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