An old Monarch
Part of the path to the falls - nicely paved and very short trail. Well worth taking a look!
The Elwha River
After we left that area we wandered over to where the Elwha River flows into the Strait of Juan de Fuca. It is an interesting area - it is a private beach but people seem to use it a lot - even putting up drift wood huts! We've seen a lot of beaches with a lot of drift wood but we haven't seen one with these kinds of huts build from the debris.
There was lots of wave action today!
Beautiful heavens today!
Anyone interested in getting all these gulls to fly! There were some people who got a lot of them to move!
If you decide to visit here, a piece of advice - pay attention to where you come in to the area. When you look back from the beach it is hard to get your bearings and know which trail to take. It took us a couple of tries.
Someone had placed an American Flag on the beach.
On the way back to the campground, we stopped at Walmart to pick up some milk and other groceries. When we came out this beautiful rainbow was just begging us to take a picture before it faded!