We walk every single day and we try to "shake it up" a little by walking on different beaches.
Today we headed north to Summerland where there is a large expanse of sand for Lulu to run her little heart out.
But, you can see the effects of El Niño on the beach.
Up and down the coast, boulders long hidden by sand are laid bare.
We began our walk north, but boulders hindered our walking so we turned back south.
What do you think, would you want to spend the weekend at this house on the edge of the cliff?
Now this one is another story.
Can you see the four adirondack chairs lined up ready to watch the sunset?
I can't see the house, but that arched window is amazing and I imagine that it has a fabulous view.
There are few houses on the bluff, but each one has a spectacular view of the ocean
and it was a gorgeous day after 3 days of rain.
I have shown pictures of buoys hanging on our gate
and we find all of our buoys on the beach, but we left this one behind because it was covered with tar.
We never know what we'll see on Summerland Beach, this pic is from last year, but today was uneventful.
We did find some great sea glass - lately we have been finding aqua glass and I'm always looking for heart shapes.
I had fun taking pictures, but my new camera is too heavy for long walks
so these were all taken with my small Canon Power Shot D10 underwater camera.
It was a great day - sun, sea, sand and wildflowers!