Gulf Sands Motel
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... I'd lapped up enough sun I went back to camp and hung around the pool for a while, basically dozed on and off. It was absolutely perfect. Before supper we walked back to the beach to watch the sunset and were definitely not disappointed. The oranges and pinks were ere vibrant and gorgeous. So there were lots of pictures taken and fun to be had and of course sand thrown everywhere. At supper there was lots of comparisons about who's sunburn was the worst but very ...
... which they cross. To a newcomer such as ourselves, it makes the experience quite awesome. Like with most things, I'm sure it could become mundane. However, just as seeing Mt. Rainier on a clear day is always breath taking for me, I think the bridges here would be also.
SEEING THE BEAUTY AND THE SPECTACULAR
Although the weather here has not been as warm as we had expected, seeing the beauty of sunrises and sunsets in ...
... of unique shops and eateries.. we bike around for a while then go to Papa Joes for Oysters on the half shell. This town is all about Oysters and has several large Oysters processing plants. The Oysters are good.
Into St Joseph SP and it is a good one… it is on a very long very narrow peninsula (only a few hundred yards wide at campground with white white ...
... along the beach to the lighthouse, which wasn't quite as cool as we had hoped. When we returned, we made supper and went down to the beach for a bonfire. We made smores and marveled at the moon which ranged from red, to orange, to white as we watched. Today was another incredible day! I'm too tired to add pictures, they'll come ...
... fish while fishing them for sport or food. While at the same time how to stay safe ourself. It is important to know that you will need to have all the right gear and tackle and ability to either get your catch back into the waves to release it back to its normal life or to carry the weight and size of your catch back home with enough refrigerator and freezer space to not waste any of its 'gift of ...