From the bloggers at Roadtreking.
Beaches here are different from my native Florida; most of the shoreline is lined with cliffs, and the beach itself, the sand part, sort of starts and stops, with sand in coves and river mouths, and none out on the headlands.
I decided I had sat around long enough so I grabbed the camera and headed out this morning after checking the tide table. I wanted to get down there when there was as much beach as possible, which was 8 a.m. today. There are two low tides a day, of course, but because of the shape of the coastline here one is much lower than the other.
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