Cold temps and fog made pretty, frosty, trees on Alsea Mountain Pass today.
A car-picnic at Eckman Lake watchin’ the mallards on the Bay side of the causeway.
Crabbers are really workin’ it.
We saw a couple rafts of sea lions off Tillicum Beach too.
Sunshine warms my soul!
It got up to 43F today in Tillicum Campground. With the warm sun out, though, it didn’t feel that cold.
RVs took 2 of the 7 electric/water sites and a camper took a beach overlook site by 3pm. We have a total of 40 sites available during the winter.
This view is available from sites 17, 18, 26, 29, 30 and 31 in the winter. In the summer it is also available from sites 41, 43, 44, 44A, 46, 48 and 49.
The Area Managers found 2 new floats today! I’m going for a beach walk to see what I can find.
Lots of small driftwood. I should have gotten some small pieces but I started picking up styrofoam and plastic and didn’t have room for non-garbage.
About half of the plastic bottles had Japanese printing on them. Normal would be one or two but this is tsunami debris from the Japanese 2011 tsunami.
Seagulls like a fresh bath every now and then. So they spend time in the creek just north of the campground.