Also known as "Wilma's Beach" or "Rob's Slide", this little cove is located on the upper reaches of the Minas Channel, where the top gray basalt ridges disappear over the lower red sandstone cliffs.  The high tides and storm surges have been eroding the bottom area of the Blomidon rock slides and exposing beautiful agate and amethyst, most notably the orange porcelain agate, with thick white fortification banding and amethyst.  This is some of Nova Scotia's most unique material.