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East Sooke Park: Hiking the Coast Trail to Beechey Head, March 29 2013

Clear in East Sooke Park; Cloudy at Rocky Point

Clear in East Sooke Park; Cloudy at Rocky Point. We were serenaded by the Race Rocks foghorn while we hiked.

A tugboat and logboom emerge from the fog, East Sooke Park, March 29 2013

A tugboat and logboom emerge from the fog bank over Juan de Fuca strait.

Fog rolling in. East Sooke Park, March 29 2013

Parasol: Beechey Head.

The fog closed in at Beechey Head. East Sooke Park, March 29 2013

The weather followed us. And, as we sat there, becoming enshrouded, the Race Rocks foghorn stopped its serenade. Foggy on Beechey Head; Clear at Rocky Point. :(

Fog landwards from Beechey Head. East Sooke Park, March 29 2013

The fog cleared inland. East Sooke Park, March 29 2013

Clear inland. As we walked back to the car, we left the fog behind.

Bloomin' skunk cabbage: Smelly signs of spring in B.C.'s forests

Bloomin’ skunk cabbage: Smelly signs of spring in B.C.’s forests

One Thought on “East Sooke Park: Hiking the Coast Trail to Beechey Head, March 29 2013

  1. Palliative Pete on 30 March 2013 at 6:30 am said:

    I see that Gaston is sleeping again! Sorry I missed the walk. It’s a favourite of mine

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