“For I am the LORD your God, who stirs up the sea so that its waves roar — the LORD Almighty is His name.” Isaiah 51:15
In my last post, I mentioned enjoying a treat from the candy store in Cannon Beach — a treat with the same name as a very picturesque site. If you guessed “Haystack,” you were right!
Site Five — Haystack Rock near Cannon Beach. This rock totally reminds me of scenes in the 1985 movie Goonies. It was one of the first movies I saw in a theatre, so I remember it well. As my feet sunk into the sandy beach, I kept waiting to see an old pirate ship slip out from behind that rock!
But the only thing coming from behind that rock was one wave after another.
They say to never turn you back on the Pacific Ocean.
You just never know when a rogue wave might sneak up behind you and wash you out to sea.
But I suppose it’s okay to turn your back if you’re running for dry sand.
The best thing about wearing rainboots to the beach is that your feet stay dry and can slip in and out easily.
The worst thing about wearing rainboots to the beach is that the sand can also slip in and out easily. We inadvertently came home with about one cup of sand, not counting what we left behind in the backseat of Aunt Lilac’s car!
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Just amazing pictures. I’m so glad you were able to make this wonderful trip and spend time with your family.