On Wednesday, my cousin Chrystel and I went to visit my Dad.
But first, we took a walk along the beach.
This is called the 'Sugarloaf'.
Around 280 millions years ago, this area was covered by an ice cap. It melted 270 millions years ago.
The distinct red and white layers of sediments were deposited on the bottom of an ancient glacial meltwater lake.
The 'Sugarloaf''s shape is due to erosion by rain and wind over the last thousand years.