One day you wash up on the beach, wet and naked. Another day you wash back out. In between, the scenery changes constantly.
Saturday, October 31, 2020
Halloween Beach Report
Skye and I left home for the beach around 12:30 PM. It's mostly cloudy and cool
today, about 50 F. There was a flock of
on the street adjacent to the boat yard, and in the yard itself. The male:
And the female.
I found this Common Buckeye in the sand dunes in front of the beach. They're one
of the last butterflies to disappear in fall; I've even seen one when there was
frost on the ground.
A pretty high tide, and a lot of leaf debris meant lousy fossil hunting; we
ended up with only six teeth and a crab claw.
A long distance, and a little "heat shimmer" makes the flag hard to read
A big boy leaving the Gas Docks. Keep on fracking!