We went north in driving rain.
My friend, Chris and I enjoy a mid winter break each year in the north. We accept we are doing so in the middle of winter when the weather is more likely to be rainy than anything else. Maybe we have been lucky or maybe the weather really is better in the north but again this year we were blessed with glorious weather.
Not that we were terribly worried. It's winter, it rains, if it rains we will sit around and read, no problem.
But the weather cleared as we drove north and when we reached our destination late Thursday afternoon, it didn't matter what the next couple of days held, we had this image of the beach and our beach access.
More about all that tomorrow or the next day. In the meantime, what is this?
It seems that wherever there was kelp washed up on the beach there were these mounds of something attacking it. They looked like teeny weeny little white flies but they seemed to come up out of the sand.
Any ideas? Anyone?