WAITING FOR THE SUN
Some beach walkers, usually visitors, see the abundance of driftwood on Moonstone beach and become builders. It occupies them as they wait for the morning fog to burn.
There are stone formations to study, some that provide hiding places for animals, or creatures of imagination.
It's the time of year when kelp washes up from the beds offshore. Notice the curious gull?
The kelp provides a fascinating visual.
Years ago Chinese kelp harvesters worked these shores. Their homes were built on the cliffs and bluffs. Eventually most of the Chinese families moved to San Francisco.
Today kelp is harvested by the abalone farm near Cayucos.In the meantime the timeless ballet continues.
See you down the trail.