Monday, September 16, 2013

Boardwalk Beach Resort

Across from Astoria, Oregon is the Long Beach Peninsula in Washington.  Both Long Beach and it's close neighbor Seaview, to the north, are resort towns. 

Washington itself does not have a lot of Pacific Ocean-side beaches like Oregon has.  So, Long Beach and Seaview draw many Washingtonians from all over the State to their beaches.

Long Beach has a cool boardwalk that is a quarter of a mile long, plus a bike and pedestrian trail that parallels it, in part, but goes on much further in both directions along the beach.

The first photo here is the north end of the boardwalk at night. The second is the south end of the walk early in the morning.

The third and fourth photos are tribute to William Clark who was part of the Lewis and Clark Expedition in 1805. This was their first contact with the Pacific Ocean.

The fifth photo is of a beached whale that is along the boardwalk and the sixth photo is of a buoy that broke loose from the ocean and washed up on shore.




Boardwalk Beach Resort

Boardwalk Beach Resort

William Clark

William Clark

Beached Whale

Buoy 
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