|Anne noticed that depression set in when all of my fellow TT-obsessed visitors left the island. It is like a ghost town. So she took me for a bit of sightseeing tonight and we took her two dogs for a great walk along the bay in Maughold (pronounced Mack-old). If you look very closely at a couple of the pictures you will see what looks like dark clouds on the horizon out at sea. That is actually England. There was a bit of a haze so it isn't really clear in the picture. One of the really cool things about this island is that it has sites that date from prehistoric times onward that you can visit. Maughold Church had relatively recent gravestones which only dated back to the late 1700's, but it also had some Celtic crosses, gate posts, etc. which are finely carved, dating back to the 5th through 9th centuries AD (I think). The countryside is full of sheep and beautiful farmlands all walled off by very tightly built slate stone walls. They run across every field and hill in the country. Some are buried in earth now because they have been there so long. Can't wait for tomorrow.