Today I went for what is probably my last walk to Harris Beach. My last because, if all continues to go well, 3 weeks from tomorrow I will drive away from the Pacific Coast to a new home in Georgia, far from these beautiful beaches and redwood forests. And since it is, after all, winter -- days like this are not the norm.
I hadn't planned to walk -- but the weather is so beautifully warm and sunny that it seemed a waste to stay inside. I need the exercise, too. From my house it's about a mile to this spot, almost all of the walk within view of the coast and one spectacular scene after another. It generally shocks outsiders to find that we can have days like this, this time of year, at such a northern latitude -- sunny, 60 degrees, balmy, beautiful. Shhhhh -- it's a secret!
I wasn't the only one enjoying this day at the beach. The seagulls seemed to be having a bit of a hey day, and there were other humans and dogs as well. Up at the parking lot some folks with binoculars were looking for -- and finding -- whales.
I love this beach. It's always beautiful, regardless of weather. When the tide is low, which is really isn't here, it's a great place for tidepooling.
No critters here -- they're a bit further out. Still, I love the clear pools sparkling in the sun.
A beautiful day at a beautiful place. Adieu, and thanks for many an hour of soul-soothing over the past months.
Whalehead Beach and Whalehead Cape in the distance. My body and spirit were calling for a good workout this morning. The weather is fabul...
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