Indianola Wa pier and beach at low tide. This is a public fishing pier, a dive spot to an underwater wreck, and a great beach to walk children and dogs, plus it has a long history for being a desirable place to dock all kinds of boats.
The tide flats are prominent in this very minus tide.
Continue reading Low Tide at the Indianola Pier and Beach
Here is the dock at Jefferson Beach outside of Kingston WA during a winter day. It is true the sky was blue and it was a gorgeous day, but what doesn’t show in the photo is how incredibly cold it was that day. Clear and cold. The wind was howling which made the very high tide even more dangerous and wild.
This fishing pier is a very popular salmon fishing spot in the fall. It can be virtually lined with fishermen and young boys doing some crabbing.
This photo shows how high the tide was — all the way up to the steps going out on the pier.
The tide was so high it covered most of the boat launch and tossed up large logs.
This photo demonstrates the powerful waves as it was tossing large logs like toothpicks. Bainbridge Island is in view in the distance. The tide is normally low enough on this side of the beach to walk all the way to Indianola Wa. A great walk completed by a stop at the wonderful Indianola store.
The wind was blowing so strongly that this local Jefferson Beach standard poodle was barely able to walk toward the beach. Mother Nature was giving her a brushing!!