Long Beach Ahead!

Once more Picasso is packed and we’re on our way to another adventure. This time we’re traveling in caravan with Molly, a friend who also owns a T@Da trailer! We are on our way to a T@DA/T@B rally in Long Beach, Washington.

Andersen’s RV Park will host about 20-25 of our teardrop bretheren with 45 people. Potlucks, musical jam sessions, walking the beach (weather permitting), and swapping trailering info will consume our time. We also plan to spend a couple extra nights with just us and Molly.

Of course art supplies are coming along. Picasso just wouldn’t be Picasso without art! We may be huddled inside over the small dinette, but we still can produce something.

Here are a few photos of past trips to Long Beach in hopes that the weather this weekend will permit more. The south end of the peninsula overlooks the mouth the Columbia River at Cape Disappointment. Lewis and Clark named this point just before they canoed across the Columbia to spend the winter in Oregon. Washingtonians have forgiven them, however, and we now have a Lewis and Clark National Park to go with the Willapa National Wildlife Refuge, and several state parks in the area. There’s lots to see: birds, trees, saltwater lagoons, mud flats, oyster farms, and the big beautiful Pacific Ocean.

Paul

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About Paul

I'm retired, but working at painting, photography, and song writing. We like to travel and paint plein air in new places. Of course that's also where photography comes into the picture, so to speak. Sometimes I get inspired to write songs about the people and places we visit.
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