I used to work in a fire hydrant factory. You couldn't park anywhere near the place.
Lonely Planet travel guides named the Bay of Fires as the top place to visit in 2009.
Independent travel magazine Wanderlust subsequently included it, together with Britain's iconic Stonehenge monuments, on a list of the world's most threatened tourist sites.
We tiptoed through there earlier this year. We wiped our feet when we left. Returned small animals to their places under rocks. Disposed of our rubbish thoughtfully. Left nothing but footprints.
Anyway that it was it for us. Ten minute tourists.