I was really stuck for the letter "K" for our Alphabetical April Blogging Challenge, so I thought I would revisit a few photos of Kalaloch Beach, in Washington State. Since I've been posting so many east coast beach photos since moving back, and I have new readers, I wanted to show how much wilder the Washington Coast is than here.
I shot these in March, 2010. Kalaloch is pronounced "Clay-lock", and the original blog post is HERE. It was an almost 4 hour drive from my former home in Bonney Lake, near Tacoma, out to the Olympic Peninsula coastline, but SO worth it!
The beaches on the coast are littered with beach logs, and you never ever want to turn your back to the Pacific Ocean. Beach logs will kill and they are tossed ashore by the waves.
View through the arch at the Lodge.
Kalaloch Lodge. I didn't stay inside the main building, but in a cute cabin on the property.
The sun sets into the Pacific Ocean.