09/27/2020 (Sun) 04:47:43
Beach Enddate :
Hmm, you see that first pic in the last post? How did I know that heading to the very end of the beach to find the caves?
would end up being a slippery situation? (Pentaro on ice?) The very ends of the walkable shoreline is all clay
thick rich clay. In the water this gets extremely slippery. I was sliding around as I finally got in the water at the very end after doing some things I'll only be able to talk about next year.
Extremely educational, rewarding and thrilling adventure of a day. Beach was packed for it too. Most legit Beach babes I've seen congregated together too, but I considered everyone and everything they were engaged in a distraction. I guess people got the message after those last days of hot weather and set aside Saturday to enjoy it. Even the nude beach was seemingly the most full I've ever seen it. I took a different tact today, in trademark badboy style I flouted nude beach conventions and went full dressed the length of the long beach. This was a good idea too as the further out you get the weirder the fellers. It's pretty much guys
only past a certain point and many people at the beach feel not wearing clothes is some sort of interesting conversation topic. The clothes, steely intent and classic clip on shades signalled a mission they were best to keep their extremities away from my pressing business.
Swimming was very thrilling and downright cathar-tic after the timely trek down the shoreline. Warm and wavy close to the shoreline while cool and calm past the sandbars. Nearly took a header on the aforementioned wet clay just getting in. Had to be careful picking a spot as the clay cliffs routinely have huge heavy slabs break off. I may have seen a birb (heron?) Crushed in an almost wizard of oz style, crushed under a big chunk. Hey, ok, I got the warning, Sheesh.odd
Middle aged nude feller brought and drove his RV truck down the beach. Looked p.fun tbh
Double grebe action, saw him on the way to the beach then looked up right as I was walking across the bridge and he was perched up on a lamppost giving me the ol' grebeye. Whatta guy!
Turkey vultures seem to stop off here in massive numbers around this time of year. Passed by the dock and they were already starting to show up, counted about 22. They're really quiet and clean, seemingly curious even, but perhaps they're just polite with guests. They had a very rotten raccoon half for a little sun-dried BBQ party I guess. I'm expecting dozens more of them soon since I guess they migrate along here. (Bonus fun fact : some police departments have started training turkey vultures to locate dead bodies.)