Sunday, February 24, 2008
The southern hook of Hood Canal is lined with houses, many reaching out across the beach on concrete promontories. Many probably began as small cabins on piles, but have since grown into something much more. In many places, there's not much room between the road and the water, yet there are still buildings and sometimes, random acts of concrete. Every beach has a story - sometimes we just don't know what it is. There was an elegance to this little artificial headland and the nascent tombolo behind it.