|Kenna on the road that went around the campsite.|
|This was the view as you drove out of the camping area|
|There were these beautiful fields of yellow flowers up on the|
bluff above the beach.
|On the trail down to watch the sun set.|
|You have to go down a large set of stairs to get to the beach.|
This is the view from the top of the stairs.
|This is one of my favorite pictures from the whole trip.|
My family silhouetted against the sun setting into the ocean.
It sounded like applause. I have a video of it that I may post, but I don't have access to it here at my work.
That night was a lovely night. We went back to the tent and went to sleep in that quiet. The next morning we woke up broke camp and drove down to the entrance to Sand Dollar Beach so we could spend a little bit more time there.
|These are the stairs going down to the beach.|
|Looking out to the ocean from the path|
|George being George|
|George found this huge piece of seaweed that had washed|
up on shore and started using it like a whip.
|There was a man there fishing from the shore. He had a|
cool straw hat on. I asked him what he was fishing for
and I think he said Perch.
|Jillian and George walking on the beach|
|Kenna and the shells that she found. |
She actually did find a small sand dollar
just as we were getting ready to head
back to the car for the next leg of our