Ecola Creek Lodge
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... barking and so I walked along the water by the hotel and found them. I also got a photo of a great blue heron.
When we picked up gas I made Glenn go to the wash station and we washed my car. It was filthy from the snow and mud we had been through. It looked like we had come from Alaska instead of Canada. While it ...
... soft sand, no pebbles. I have sensitive feet. Much of the sand was covered with a consistent thin layer of water, showing surface reflections of the rocks. Sure enough, the isolated lighthouse was visible from the shore. Walking toward Haystack Rock, the clouds started to break apart, letting sunlight through and providing even ...
... the poor sunset just didn’t have a chance of performing. Thank goodness for a reflection of color in a tidal pool, and a small sand castle, the shoot was redeemable. There again, our digital software proved its weight in gold as did our cameras on our Samsung phones for 5 star pictures.
Day is done…..gone the sun. Time to pack and fly back to Texas tomorrow. We bid you goodbye ...
... ve only seen one star fish on the beach, so this was really cool. Even Harlan was amazed at what we were seeing. Growing on the sides of the rocks were gooseneck barnacles that undulated in and out when you touched them along with thousands of mussels and black clams.
We explored a cave, which isn’t one of my favorite things to do, but there were two large tree stumps that had been wedged into the cave ...
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