Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Back to Black Point

 


We returned to Black Point, where we had hoped to tutor students in an after school program that unfortunately was cancelled while we where there. So, instead of doing good deeds, we took long hikes along the ocean side of Black Point, where we found many many sea beans (more to follow on this eventually), some shells, and loads of sea glass. Our last hike, four hours long, has taken a toll on my hips. A month from now daughter Beth, Doctor of Chiropractic, arrives and hopefully she will once again rid me of my pains. It could be dancing to the Rake and Scrape last night did not help things either.

Shown in this picture is the anchorage, at low tide, from the hiking trail.
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