A Word A Week: Wind


January 1st 2010 was the stormiest day I’ve ever spent on a beach with wind gusts reaching up to 70 miles per hour.  I snapped this photo during a brief moment of relative calm but when the tide came up a few more feet the wind speed surged and hundreds of driftwood beach logs began rolling through the surf like toothpicks.   Very dangerous toothpicks…

Posted as part of Sue’s A Word A Week:  Wind.

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15 thoughts on “A Word A Week: Wind

  1. We’d read in travel guides that sleeping on the beach in the PNW is a no-no, but didn’t really appreciate what that meant until we saw your version of drift-wood! Here, its an odd plank or stick – not piles of whole tree trunks. Awesome!


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