On my morning walk one of my friends mentioned Matapeake Beach. I have been to the fishing pier numerous times but I think I have only been to beach once and that was a long time ago. It’s 46 degrees so no ice or snow but I did get a couple of good pictures
Path to Hug Point State Park. Of course I had to do some research. Before the highway was built, the only way to travel along this stretch of coast was by stagecoach. Pioneers traveling along the trail had to hug the point carefully, even at low tide. Thus, the point and the park are both aptly named Hug Point
Haystack Rock is a 235 sea stack and is the third tallest intertidal structure in the world. When it’s low tide you can walk almost up to the rock. The rock is a nesting area for many sea birds, including terms and puffins bit all I saw was seagulls
Fishing for salmon on the Columbia River. After I took some photos we noticed that the first truck was stuck in the sand. The truck was not a 4 wheel drive and did not have the right tires. The other truck had to pull him out.