The first weekend of spring brought typical Pacific Northwest weather to the Olympic Peninsula coast. Saturday was mostly sunny and mild, but that gradually shifted overnight to rains and gusty winds as a front moved through. We met with longtime book club friends near Copalis Beach, Washington and enjoyed watching the changes in weather from our beach cabins. Was a great weekend discussing books and life in general while cooking, feasting and listening to good tunes. In this photo, two of our group walk by the Copalis Rocks on Sunday morning before we all headed home.
The Olympic Peninsula offers so much to be thankful for with its wealth of natural beauty in one small area where mountains and evergreen forests spill into the Pacific Ocean, Strait of Juan de Fuca, and Puget Sound.