The fog settled in early and we were in for the evening.
The kids did get some beach playing in Tuesday afternoon, and the rest of us sat out by the creek for a while. I got a beach walk in when the tide was low.
The beach rose and crocosmia were blooming on the other side of the creek.
That's our cabin, next to Salt Aire Creek, and pretty much right on the beach.
Friday morning I was up early, so I went for a walk on the beach while everyone else got going. The tide was w-a-y out.
The sun was working hard to burn a hole in the fog.
My last apple fritter was especially good.
We stopped at shops and a gallery of local arts and crafts.
We followed the yellow brick road.
Of course we made purchases at the candy shop.
We stopped at the police station to check out the police museum.
One person got some ice cream. And look, I can see my shadow!
As we were packing up, the tourist train went by. I waved from the back porch.
With all of the foggy weather, we went on excursions rather than spending a lot of time on the beach. I'll be posting about those next. The good thing is that we escaped the heat and smoke that continued all week in Seattle.