At this point, I was still assuming I was going to hike back to Meat Cove the way I came, but I had lots of time—I had arrived here much sooner than I had thought I would—and I was curious to see the coast beyond Tittle Point. Since it was just past 10h, I decided to move down that way. While doing so, I turned around and captured this view towards the northeast showing the ubiquity of the stones, rocks, and boulders in this terrain. The wildflowers do not stand out here, but they are nevertheless there; not far from here I photographed a very delicate lavender-coloured flower that caught my eye, though it wasn’t an orchid. On this subject, Michael Haynes (op. cit., p. 93) says that ”[t]hese hills are an amazingly fertile area for orchids, some found nowhere else in the province; no one seems to know why, exactly. Flower-lovers flock here regularly to find unique plants.”.