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Posted: 10/22/13 10:32pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

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I love the empty beach photos. We don't get that down here in Southern California.


We don't get Southern California up here.


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Pangaea Ron wrote:

Unfortunately, you described the weekend weather perfectly. We live on the beach just inside Deception Pass on Similk Bay. Even though we live on the beach, we frequently take the MH to Fort Casey SP to camp there, it's a great spot. We also like Fort Ebey SP, but it's not open year-around.

In the early '70s I worked for an architect that was planning for use of the Forts (Casey/Worden/Flagler) by the WA State Parks. We had use of the original linen drawings that were used for construction, and many stories from soldiers and caretakers that were stationed there. It was a boondoggle that even Halliburton would be proud of.


We saw the Sun today late in the afternoon for a few minutes before it vanished. Looking out over Puget Sound near Burien from jobsite.
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Hi Pangaea,
I understand it will continue to be fogged in through the weekend. That's going to be close to three weeks of fog. Downtown Seattle was getting some sun as I drove home.

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Camper_Jeff_&_Kelli wrote:

Pangaea Ron wrote:

Unfortunately, you described the weekend weather perfectly. We live on the beach just inside Deception Pass on Similk Bay. Even though we live on the beach, we frequently take the MH to Fort Casey SP to camp there, it's a great spot. We also like Fort Ebey SP, but it's not open year-around.

In the early '70s I worked for an architect that was planning for use of the Forts (Casey/Worden/Flagler) by the WA State Parks. We had use of the original linen drawings that were used for construction, and many stories from soldiers and caretakers that were stationed there. It was a boondoggle that even Halliburton would be proud of.


We saw the Sun today late in the afternoon for a few minutes before it vanished. Looking out over Puget Sound near Burien from jobsite.
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Hi Pangaea,
I understand it will continue to be fogged in through the weekend. That's going to be close to three weeks of fog. Downtown Seattle was getting some sun as I drove home.


We're heading up the Skagit River this weekend to find a bit of sun?


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Camper_Jeff_&_Kelli wrote:

Pangaea Ron wrote:

Unfortunately, you described the weekend weather perfectly. We live on the beach just inside Deception Pass on Similk Bay. Even though we live on the beach, we frequently take the MH to Fort Casey SP to camp there, it's a great spot. We also like Fort Ebey SP, but it's not open year-around.

In the early '70s I worked for an architect that was planning for use of the Forts (Casey/Worden/Flagler) by the WA State Parks. We had use of the original linen drawings that were used for construction, and many stories from soldiers and caretakers that were stationed there. It was a boondoggle that even Halliburton would be proud of.


We saw the Sun today late in the afternoon for a few minutes before it vanished. Looking out over Puget Sound near Burien from jobsite.
[image]


Hi Pangaea,
I understand it will continue to be fogged in through the weekend. That's going to be close to three weeks of fog. Downtown Seattle was getting some sun as I drove home.


Hello Jeff. Yes, every time i remember going over to Whidbey Island, Ft Casey, Ft Ebey, Deception Pass. Always the same weather, no change it looks like. Still a great area to explore and camp. Thanks for the trip report.
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Jeff,
That's an awesome picture of the sun in the clouds/fog.

Josh


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jtlingo123 wrote:

Jeff,
That's an awesome picture of the sun in the clouds/fog.

Josh


Hi Josh,
Don't thank me or EOS 5 system.
Thank my Nokia 900 smart phone.
Amazing how good an image a phone will give you nowdays.
Jeff

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