Monday, November 26, 2012


If you ever get the opportunity to visit Mendocino/Fort Bragg, please visit MacKerricher State Park. Once the Mendocino Indian Reservation and later a small logging operation, MacKerricher is now a free park to all visitors who wish to play at it's dunes, headlands, wetlands, beaches, bluffs and forests. My favorite activities are watching the harbor seals at the end of the boardwalk and of course, tide-pooling.
Jared and Jackson, tide-pooling.
 Pointing out starfish, anemones, slugs and fish.
 All The Littles were afraid of hurting any creatures by standing on them, Jack poked at a couple "sea-squirts" and Ivy held a hermit crab. Savannah just cried and cried at how we weren't being respectful of the creatures home. (Special thanks to Deeds for the photos and taking care of Ivy while Savannah lamented the injustices of our every step.)
 Sea creatures at low tide.
 Goo. The mer-man.

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