Sea Wall At Low Tide

When you drive past Inner Quartermaster Harbor on Vashon Island and turn north on Dockton Rd., there is a long curve around Tramp Harbor.  When the tide goes out here, it goes way out and reveals whole other worlds.  I drove this curve at low tide many times before deciding to stop and jump down on the rocky beach.  “Rocky” is being kind of generous because the entire coastline at this point is covered with hard, dry barnacles.  They would shred a bare foot in seconds, and tennis shoes don’t much longer.

As with most things on the island, life abounds.  Life, in this context, means the abundance of . . . let’s say mossy substance.

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