Thank you again, Michael G! Much needed energy
This shirt dried out in about 5 minutes with the warm sun. My socks were a different story.
Everything Must Dry
Probably my only chance to dry off my gear. So I did it all at once. Constantly moving it to keep up with the tide.
Following this "trail" was like a treasure hunt. Following the X.
Feet In The Sand
I promise I was the only one there. Not much to do but sit and pace here. And I'm totally fine with that.
Thunderous waves break on the cliff side
Sun Glassed Over
Sun glasses wouldn't have hurt on this sunny day. Did I mention this was one of the most important days of my life?
Didn't I tell you the waves were crashing hard.
My piece of flat and "dry" earth near Scott's Bluff. I was tucked away from the ocean but still within ear and eye's reach.
Collect rocks and boom you got yourself a fine looking firering. No shortage of rocks or wood here. Dry wood on the other hand...
This heap of wood served well as a wind break last night and what would come later this night.
Thats right! I found it. My friend, Friday, is just around the bend.
These gnarled trees served me well as a clothes line and a place to rest. Also gave me a bit of shade from time to time.
Yup even my rain gear got a chance to dry out. Sun enough to charge my batteries and even dry out my camera bag.
The glassed over beach look almost like a mirror at times.
Welcome to my temporary office. I wrote for what seemed like hours on this log.