Stars and Stripes
We caught the 7am Bainbridge Ferry out of downtown Seattle, WA.
Into the forest...now this gets real.
The Trail begins
WTA.org has done an amazing job with trail work but of course the work is never full complete.
Love crossing bridges like this for some reason. WTA.org really does an amazing job!
Lush green trails greet you as you venture towards the coast.
Getting closer to the ocean now and starting to feel the breeze and ocean scents.
Setting up camp. I was hoping to be able to leave my rain fly off however the marine layer fog had it's own ideas.
Note: look at how far out the water receeds here.
Sand Point Campground
You may be wondering why so many tent pics... This has been as on June 2019, the best campsite I have ever stayed at. I really wanted to capture as much of it as I could.
Almost high tide
I spent a lot of time exploring along the beach
Drift Dragon? O_o
Some pretty neglected spread out and disorganized collections of drift wood covered the beach in both directions.
Sand Point Beach, Olympic National Park
Epic sunset on the first night from our campsite
The view from my tent
Best campsite I have ever had, hands down.
The best campsite I have every had the privilege staying at!
This is the spot at this campsite
My campsite was just to the right of here and enjoyed spending time scouting out the many eagles and other bird flying around.
Trying to fly a Kite
Felt bad for this family after spending 30 mins trying to get their kite to take flight. The day before would have been perfect with the windy conditions.
Sunet while high tide was coming in quickly
That rock reminds me of Marge Simpson's hair do