There’s nothing like a little Vitamin N (Nature) and here in Port Angeles we are getting the RDA (Recommended Daily Allowance).
We thought that leaving the coast meant no more ‘coastal’ type things. We were wrong.
The other day we crossed UPTHE Creek and ITSA Creek to explore the tide pools at Salt Creek Recreation Area.
Our spontaneity meant that we arrived at high tide and most of the good stuff (ocean critter wise) was under water. Still we hopped along the rocks, took in some sunshine and enjoyed the amazing views of the Strait of Juan de Fuca, Victoria and Mt. Baker.
Later that afternoon, we drove past Eagle Tree Road to enjoy some time at Freshwater Bay.
We continued our apparently great affection for the watery spots by driving out onto ‘The Spit’ a.k.a. Ediz Hook and roosting for the day. Spits are cool geographic features by the way so check out info on them if you’re so inclined. They’re kind of like sandbars but some are still growing. Here’s a few shots from our time there.
We’d like to say that’s the last of the Water Stuff but there’s so much around here and we keep getting drawn to it. So, we’ll just say goodbye for now and who knows what’s next.