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Monday, April 21, 2014

4/21/14 Sears Island



Mix of sun and clouds with clouds increasing- around 50 but windy so it felt much colder.

Coming onto the island


Starting down the east shore


Kelley only got in the ocean once because the surf increased and she does not like waves


Barnacles


Seaweeds





First wildflowers of the year!


When we came to the Blue Trail we got off the beach and out of the wind. I was tired of the rocks- the beach is mostly rocks- and I think Kelley was too. We found this skunk cabbage just coming up. Not a pretty picture but new growth.


We then took the gravel road to the Homestead Trail and that back to the shore for lunch. We were spoiled by yesterdays weather but we still got a hike in and that was good.  2  1/4 hours 

8 comments:

  1. Very nice close ups. The small things can make great photos.

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    1. Thanks, Dusty- I agree. I never did find how to comment on your blog.

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  2. Nice barnacles and seaweed (especially)!

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  3. Thanks for your comment, Faith

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  4. Great location - what body of water is that?

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    1. Thanks for commenting, Kim - the island is in a harbor of the Atlantic

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    2. Thanks John. I'm always curious about where places are at and I often bookmark them.

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    3. You are welcome- Google it for interesting information about

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