And we are very fond of the awning that has protected us from the rain probably half of the days we have been here! We build a fire in the rain, and grab a book and sit under the awning, enjoying even the icky weather!
On a nice sunny day, this is our view down the road to the turn around circle and the cliffs overlooking the water. We have watched the eagles in the trees, and have even had a glimpse of the baby eagles in the nest. From here we can see the boats as they go by and turn into the harbor. And we hear and see each and every plane that arrives or leaves, as the flight path is right over the campground.
This is the view behind our trailer, the dark, bear infested, forest primeval.
Off to the right is a bear trail, heading off into the devils club, fireweed, ferns and spruce. Actually, there are several more bear trails leading off from other parts of our campsite. I think these guys are nightly visitors, I'm sure I hear them every night, but they've not bothered us other than the one claw hole in the side of the trailer.
This is son Chris with his sawmill. He has it set up on an individual's property and mills the guy's own trees into lumber for a cabin. Chris is looking forward to taking his sawmill back to his own place and eventually milling up lumber to build a boat shop, then a boat.
Crab pots piled up waiting to be dropped into the depths of the bay to harvest the crab.
A sea otter just floating around, probably sleeping, while the tourists snap pictures and exclaim how cute they are!
The wet muddy road into town. This road is either muddy or so dry and dusty that the foliage along the edge turns into a grayish brown color.