Travel, Uncategorized

PNW Part 10 (Ruby Beach)

Of all the beaches we visited, this was the most populated.  To me, it held my interest more on land than in the sea.  Of course it was beautiful, as all the beaches along the coast are, but the sea stacks didn’t grab my attention here.  The things along the immediate coastline did.

_NLG0562

Of course I got the obligatory shot…as did (two) other photogs…

_NLG0585

_NLG0591

…but there was just so much more to look at on this beach!!

_NLG0599

My kids even had a Kumbaya moment:

_NLG0576

(Actually, I think he was handing her something, but a Mom can dream, right?!)

_NLG0597
Gnarly, Dude

They found another fort to play in:

_NLG0602

We came upon a smoldering campfire:

_NLG0614

_NLG0616

I found a(nother) heart-shaped rock.  [On a side note, I re-found that rock at the bottom of my camera bag last week.]

_NLG0624

All in all, Ruby Beach was well worth going to. I really wish we had stayed longer and walked out farther, but my kids were giving me small heart attacks just by climbing all over the driftwood. I didn’t want to add drowning to the list of possible injuries.  Sigh…

Read about our entire trip to the Pacific Northwest here:

PNW Part 1 (Seattle)

PNW Part 2 (Out and About in Seattle)

PNW Part 3 (Pike’s Market)

PNW Part 4 (Seattle Underground)

PNW Part 5 (Whidbey Island)

PNW Part 6 (Lake Quinault)

PNW Part 7 (Kalaloch Area Beaches)

PNW Part 8 (First Beach)

PNW Part 9 (Second Beach)

Advertisements

4 thoughts on “PNW Part 10 (Ruby Beach)”

What do you think? I'd love to hear from you!

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s