RI- Middletown-Sachuest Point National Preserve

As I sought ocean front bike routes I learned of this refuge that is found at the end of a series of beaches. Not far from Purgatory Chasm, I rode down the road past the beaches and the line of cars trying to get into the lots.

I reached the refuge to find a lovely visitors building with a restroom and water. Maps were available showing the short but beautiful hikes around the property.

A simple mile and half loop offered breathtaking views of the ocean, cliffs and wildlife.

I cautiously walked along the rocks to gain different perspectives. The colors were amazing with the sounds of the water splashing along the rocks entrancing.

The paths were filled with wildflowers, birds and butterflies.

I could have sat on the rocks for hours as each wave produced a different and unique show to appreciate.

You can’t help but give respect to the power of the water crashing against the rocks.

The paths were well marked with designated areas for shore access.

Choosing to bike was a great decision!

Where to go next?!

Published by Belinda Sheets

This is a non-promotional blog. I am not a photographer nor am I selling anything through this blog. Professionally I am a Business Transformation Specialist focused on gaining efficiencies and reducing costs for major corporations. Recent life experiences made me better appreciate the present and all that can be seen by increasing my focus and attention on my surroundings. I always enjoyed going out and exercising and I would look but I did not see as my attention was on resolving some problem. Captured through pictures and sharing insights about various locations, I hope others can enjoy my research and insights and allow themselves to pause a few moments and truly appreciate and learn new things. When you follow me that is my only gift. To know I have touched you enough to want to follow the blog. Respectfully (Stay Safe), Belinda Sheets Business Transformation professional with interests in photography, hiking, bicycling and kayaking and learning how to be present.

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