Low Tide Meander

When the weather prevents snorkeling, there is still ocean life to see. The difference here between low tide and high tide is one foot, yet it exposes twenty yards or so of seafloor.  If these were the extreme tides like they get in Alaska (twenty … Continue readingLow Tide Meander

Kehoe Beach Trail

From the roadside three-quarters of a mile from Kehoe beach, I can hear the rhythmic crashing of the waves.  There’s a High Surf Advisory for the coast at the trailhead. The warning posted notes “breaking waves 15-20 feet possible in the surf zone” and there’s … Continue readingKehoe Beach Trail

Goat Lick

Along the southern edge of Glacier National Park lies a hidden gem. First, approaching from the west on Hwy 2 like most visitors, you just have to know where to find Goat Lick. Secondly, the parking lot and boardwalk on the south side of the … Continue readingGoat Lick