Found the camera cord!
Juvenile bald eagle grooming on top of an old floodlight, at the end of our dock.
It was hard to get a shot of his head, since he was so busy contorting his neck to reach all his feathers.
There he is! See what I mean when I describe them as huge chickens?
Finally, come pictures from the Wild Woman hike on the Lighthouse Loop of the Wild Pacific Trail:
It’s a lot of fun to hang out with out-of-towners who take such a thrill in the little things we’re used to as locals. Here the group is examining bull kelp, an abundant sea weed that’s all over our beaches. I just see it as something that messes up the beach. It decomposes on the shore, attracting flies and smells like old fish; the dogs love to roll in it.
To the Wild Women, the kelp is exotic and new, fascinating and fun! As was every pebble and shell on the beach!
And who’s that on the rocky shore?
A doe nursing her fawn! They were in full view just off the Wild Pacific Trail. It was as though she brought her baby out to show off.
It is nice to have my camera back.