Thursday, July 17, 2014

Road's End

Another beautiful day in Lincoln City. The wind was fifteen mph off the water, the temperature was sixty six degrees and the sun shined all day. Kathi and I spent a few hours this afternoon in the casino and held our own for awhile. The trick is to get tired before the money runs out. We did not quite make it.

We had a little energy left when we left the casino so we drove to Road's End Park which is at the end of Logan Road. One of the casino entrance roads comes off Logan road, so we were only five minutes from the casino.

There were about 20 people on the beach.
The color of the water is interesting, It was 4:30 in the afternoon and the sun was half way down to the horizon. If you take pictures in the direction of the sun, the water looks gray -- take pictures away from the sun and the water looks blue.
Picture of hill across Logan Road taken from Land's End Park.



Para surfer rolling up his parachute. It appears to be about 18' long.

Two para surfers on the water.

We were cold standing up by the roadway, so you know the kids in the water had to be cold. None of them seemed to mind. I used to be like that sixty or so years ago.

2 comments:

  1. Wow - such beautiful pictures. Love the para sailors in the distance. Funny how the angle of the sun makes the water change colors. Nice post!

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  2. Thanks for the comments, Randy. I'm happy to share our pictures.

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