Wednesday, October 28, 2020

Rinse, wash, repeat.....

 7:44 am - Wednesday - October 28th - Seal Rock, OR - 45° F, 93% humidity, wind 6 mph out of the north by northeast......clear, cool, blue skies today with a forecast high of 60° F.  On this date in 2018 we were getting ready to work our first 10 hour shift at Amazon for our third Peak Season....no pictures.

Tuesday two hour work shift consisted of 30 minutes cleaning the filters at the septic plant, and 90 minutes of troubleshooting a bad TV cable at site #43, and then running a new line to that site to restore television watching for future occupants of that site.  About mid afternoon we took another walk on Seal Rock Beach......I'll let the following pictures tell the the rest of Tuesday's story......




.....some sea anemones.......



.....sighted our first starfish since are arrival......



.....many more starfish......

.....we had a super low tide Tuesday....the lowest since we have been here.....usually these rocks are under water......

....The Lovely Elaine quite at home in this beach environment.....



.....our windswept beach.....



....Jonathon Livingston Seagull?...

....yes, it was cold.....





....and thus ends another day on Coastal Oregon...

......as we slowly drift toward the end of October the weather seems to have stabilized, and we feel as if we are in a 'wash, rinse, repeat' cycle......the last 10 days have been delightful, and even idyllic.

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