Friday, March 19, 2010
Just like last year, a workshop in Blaine provided me a chance to swing home via Birch Bay (March, 2009). And just like last year, I'm going to keep my comments short, despite the amount that could be written about this fascinating part of Puget Sound (Georgia Strait, more precisely, or the Salish Sea).
This afternoon's theme is gravel swash bars. They happen to be located on a very long stream mouth spit on an elegant log spiral beach and one of the pictures is on a gravel beach built by Wolf Bauer almost three decades ago.