|They had lots of these in Haida Gwaii|
Soon I saw the Salish Sea (I guess they also call it Puget Sound). There was a float plane flying overhead which reminded me of Haida Gwaii. I was worried that it might be crowded at Point No Point because it was a holiday weekend. I don't like to be bothered when I am exploring beaches!
Imagine my surprise when we pulled up to the parking lot right at Point No Point Lighthouse. There was plenty of room for ME! First thing we did was head for the beach. It's a Kitsap County Beach so I didn't have to use any of my blogging income for fees. Yay! This beach had nice sand, driftwood and plenty of shells. There were some people fishing. One guy caught a Silver but didn't offer to show it to me. Others were off shore in fishing boats trying to catch SALMON!
|Here I am on the Point No Point Beach. I love beaches!|
I loved my time there listening to the water lapping on the shore and hunting for stuff in the sand. I found a driftwood shelter and thought it would make an amazing beach house for ME, CINNAMON!
|Don't you think this would make a great driftwood beach house for ME?|
|Here's the light station. They were really nice to me there.|
|Here's the Keepers Quarters|
|Dream on, Cinnamon. Dream on!|
I liked it there. It's a great place for a walk, for beach combing and maybe even for a stay in a driftwood dog house!
Point No Point Beach
Visiting Hansville, WA
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