It was already pretty late in the day when we set off to Ballintoy, the in-laws, the dogs and me. Lee had another golf lesson in Antrim, so we left him behind. It was sunny in Ballymena, but by the time we got to Armoy, it was bucketing down. It cleared up long enough for mother-in-law, Benny, Tina and I to have a short walk on the beach, but then the rain returned and we were drenched. Again.
One day, if the weather is ever nice again, we're going to go across the Carrick-a-Rede rope bridge.
I'm pretty miserable about the summer being over. There're still so many things I wanted to do that warrants semi decent weather. We never did get to Rathlin Island to see the puffins, but they're not going anywhere, and there's always next year. If the weather is ever nice again...
Then again, at the same time, I'm fairly excited about the autumn. I love the colour the leaves are turning, and I do like to wrap up in coats and scarves and boots. We have plenty to look forward to over the next few months too :)