A little Beach Schoolin’

 

Boy laughter!

We drove up the coast to Neskowin this week on Dad’s Day Off.  What an amazingly cute little town!  We started at the Neskowin Beach State Park and even on a Tuesday, there were quite a few people on the beach, so we drove through the tiny roads in town looking for a beach access that had parking space.  We found one about a half mile away . . . .

We forget to look at the waves with our noses to the sand.

Beautiful day – we missed the rain by mere moments after the stop in Pacific City . Here’s a little slide show for the family – Darren’s Momma was asking for some photos. I have more of the rocks that we found, Fossils, Agates,  Sea Glass, Petrified Wood, Floats, – Fun.  I’ll post those pics later  today.

 

Slide Show Movie –

 

The gulls showed up as we were eating our picnic dinner on the beach. 
They sure like picnics!

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I think Beach Schooling is my favorite. Winking smile

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4 Responses to A little Beach Schoolin’

  1. Jessy says:

    Thanks for checking out my Tweet and See! Yes, those female Red-winged Blackbirds look nothing like the males! Fledglings are similar to Mom for a while. We’re ready for the beach…if only it would warm up a bit more! LOL

  2. Boo hoo hoo, our beach schooling is over for a while. We want to go back. I have to agree, beach schooling is fun.

  3. I think it’s my favorite too. I can’t wait to do some beach schoolin’ next week. I’m so excited…6 days!

  4. Shannon says:

    I wish I was sitting on the log in you last pic!!

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