Roadtrip 2019 Fall: Vancouver - Richland - Twin Falls - Provo - Kanab - Yucca Valley - Paso Robles - Sacramento - Brookings - Yachats - Cannon Beach - Vancouver

Day 55 - Secret Beach - Seal Rock

Always let sleeping lions lie.

The tidepool anemones are in full flight today.

And the ebb tide still has surprise surges.  The ranger warned us to never turn our backs on the sea.

The march of the snails.

We think this is an experimental human trap devised by the local hermit crabs.  Never, ever stick your hand in a hole pointed to by an orange arrow.

Low tide allows us to view tidepools at Seal Rocks from the seaward side.

A conference of sea stars.

We've never been at Seal Rock with the tide this low.

From tide pools, to beach, to dunes, to ocean islands.

The local hermit crab population has been working on this bunker since 1907.  It is nearing completion.

Amazingly, there are actually seals (well, sea lions) on the Seal Rock today.






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