Greetings loved ones,
Welcome to a short and sweet Island Feature Friday. I’ll admit it’s been a bit crazy for us on island since we came back from Louisiana, and it just dawned on me that today is Friday! Today’s post will be short, but it won’t disappoint!
I found Peterborg Point completely on accident, and truthfully it’s a spot you’d need a local to bring you to unless you’re renting a car and feeling adventurous. When we first moved to the island, I was constantly searching for hashtags and tagged places on Instagram to find some local activity, new beaches, etc. One guy that I followed had a huge dog and would take these incredible pictures with him at the beach. At this time, there was only one dog-friendly beach that I knew of on St. Thomas, and it couldn’t have been at that beach. I message him, and he kindly gave me directions to an off-road, local beach where dogs were welcome. One afternoon DJ was working and I was off, so I decided to take House to this new beach. And I missed the turn, by a lot. We were driving on this narrow road at the north side of the island and curiosity got the best of me. I was looking at the span of ocean, and I knew this road must end in a dramatic way. So House and I went until the road ran out and then we went for a hike. And this is what we found:
Peterborg Point, simply put, is a path of huge rocks and cliffs that make the northernmost point of St. Thomas.
Incredibly simple, yet incredibly incredible! Thanks for stopping by! I sure hope to increase our blog life in the near future.
P.S. I did eventually find the dog beach btw. More on that later! Until then friends 😉