When someone you love dies tragically, it is a pain that is indescribable to anyone else. It is a void in your heart that leaves you feeling alone and lost. A pain that I hope you don't ever have to experience. John Cargill, son of Captain William Cargill, lost his youngest to a rip tide in the 1870s. As expected, John was devastated. Instead of falling into a deep depression, he used his grief and decided to create something beautiful in memory of his youngest daughter. He chipped away at a sandstone coastline south of Dunedin, New Zealand, creating a tunnel beach walkway. The results are spectacular.
This beautiful tunnel beach walkway is worth every minute of it.