I have enjoyed Parrsboro and I'm convinced that anybody that goes there would enjoy it.
This was my view of the rock formation I was there to investigate. It was late in the afternoon when I got there so I didn't get the chance to walk around much, but what I saw made me want to come check it out again very soon.
The top of the sandstone layers shows ripples, a good sign this was probably sand from a shallow body of water or something similar.
These cliffs were very hard to access as the seaweed and silt made the trek very treacherous. For the amount of time it takes to get there I would need to find alternative ways to reach them via other roads or trails. I'll need to pan out the topographical map of the area and scout the numerous trails, most of them used by local loggers. The area looks promising and I can get a clearer picture of how this area would have looked like over 300 million years ago.