Rich in so many ways that it has taken me 3 weeks after returning from this trip to post about it because I hardly know where to start or stop. So I’ll start with what prompted me to create this blog….the celebration of even the smallest of treasures.
I saw this little beauty when I paused from strolling down the beach to just take in all my surroundings. There it was, almost at my feet, barely an inch across, strewn amongst other tideline goodies.
My trip this year was a return celebration of a birthday trip I made 20 years ago. I have been back a few times in between, but that first trip, and now this most recent trip are special in their own way. They were filled with friends and family that made the journey to celebrate with me at one of my favorite places.
The richness, the abundance, the bounty, the history of this place continually amaze me and I am filled with gratitude for how rich my life feels and the abundance I experience in my life from places like this and from the community that surrounds me.
So with that I will say “to be continued…” because there are many posts bubbling within me about all the abundance here…seaweed, tide pools, the Ozette archaeological site, sea otters, granite, cannon ball rocks, Tskawahyah Island, sharing it with friends and family…