Annabelle keeping a look-out
Annabelle was still very unsure about all this water going in and out.
The tide was going out and we found a small tide pool that was pretty calm and warm, but she still wasn't loving it.
I was fascinated by the rippling effect the out-going tide left in the sand.
I'm totally going to get me one of those beach houses someday!
The setting sun.
I'm a little confused by this sign. It was at two of the big beaches I was at. I don't understand why they would prohibit cars on the beach during the main summer season, but it's allowed the rest of the year?
The view of the setting sun from my room.
I was planning on watching the sunset at the beach, but to be honest I got a little cold and hungry. It had been a very busy day and I knew I would have a pretty good view from the room.
Speaking of my room...
Retro room key.
Unfortunately the decor was probably "updated" sometime in the '80's, so it wasn't so much retro as just plain old. My philosophy is--the room you stay in isn't as important as the sights you are there to see, so I really didn't mind too much.
Love the politically incorrect housekeeping sign!
My "happy and content" face. You can't really see my wind-blown hair in this picture, but it was pretty tangled.
Beach #4--Sunday before heading back home I stopped at one more beach.
I love the wind-blown shape of the trees on the hill and the striations of color in the hill.
A flock of some sort of teeny-tiny sea birds--sandpipers? They were really cute.
I met some nice ladies from Olympia and Kelso who wanted to come over and say "Hi" to Annabelle. I took a picture of them and they took one of me.
Luckily there were no tsunamis while I was there!
Coming back home, my house was stuffy and hot, and it had me wishing I was back at the beach. So...
anyone have plans for next weekend?