Fort Eby and Deception Pass Feb 2011

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Walking the beach at Fort Ebey State Park, WA Feb 13, 2011Walking the beach at Fort Ebey State Park, WA Feb 13, 2011Walking the beach at Fort Ebey State Park, WA Feb 13, 2011 Walking the beach at Fort Ebey State Park, WA Feb 13, 2011Walking the beach at Fort Ebey State Park, WA Feb 13, 2011\nAll too soon, we enter the private property boundary north of the public park area.Walking the beach at Fort Ebey State Park, WA Feb 13, 2011\nColorful seaweed flora along the way.Walking the beach at Fort Ebey State Park, WA Feb 13, 2011\nThe Olympic mounatians peek throughn the clouds. Walking the beach at Fort Ebey State Park, WA Feb 13, 2011Walking the beach at Fort Ebey State Park, WA Feb 13, 2011\nFran found it windy and cool along this beach.Walking the beach at Fort Ebey State Park, WA Feb 13, 2011\nThe trail down to the beach from the parking area is seen in this view.Walking the beach at Fort Ebey State Park, WA Feb 13, 2011\nWe wonder what the heck this was? Walking the beach at Fort Ebey State Park, WA Feb 13, 2011\nTextured seaweed?Walking the beach at Fort Ebey State Park, WA Feb 13, 2011\nSeaweed pipe....Walking the trails north side of Deception Pass State Park, WA Feb 13, 2011\nBowman Bay,Walking the trails north side of Deception Pass State Park, WA Feb 13, 2011\nA dock on Bowman Bay. Walking the trails north side of Deception Pass State Park, WA Feb 13, 2011\nPinecones are thick on this branch!Walking the trails north side of Deception Pass State Park, WA Feb 13, 2011\nPatches of lichen are found often along the trails.Walking the trails north side of Deception Pass State Park, WA Feb 13, 2011\nA closer view of the lichen.Walking the trails north side of Deception Pass State Park, WA Feb 13, 2011\nThe bridges over Deception Pass are popular a popular visitor spot. Walking the trails north side of Deception Pass State Park, WA Feb 13, 2011\nThe tidal currents through this Deception Pass cabn be very swift.Walking the trails north side of Deception Pass State Park, WA Feb 13, 2011\nRon stands over a cove which separates the island at the left from the mainland at the right.Walking the trails north side of Deception Pass State Park, WA Feb 13, 2011\nWe saw several coves, inviting places to land a small boat.Walking the trails north side of Deception Pass State Park, WA Feb 13, 2011\nWe saw several coves, inviting places to land a small boat Walking the trails north side of Deception Pass State Park, WA Feb 13, 2011\nFram likes to try on hollow trees for size, and this one fits all.Walking the trails north side of Deception Pass State Park, WA Feb 13, 2011\nA view back to our trailhead parking lot at the NE end Bowman Bay.Walking the trails north side of Deception Pass State Park, WA Feb 13, 2011\nThos same view of the parking area gives an impression of our high trail elevation above the water.



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