Salmon fishing in Oregon is good. We cut though the cool fog on the Pacific Ocean for an hour or so, then catch our limit of six Coho salmon in a couple of hours. We can only keep the hatchery salmon with the clipped adipose fins. We throw the wild ones back.
The Oregon sand dunes extend for miles. The weather is very cool on the coast, even in July.
There seems to be a prevailing wind.
This is called Devil's Churn. You get some strange wave effects as the tide changes.
I have an appointment with the Veteran's Administration this morning. They will provide Mom with a pension to help pay for her care at the assisted living center. The application takes five or six months to grind though the bureaucracy. You have to be a combat veteran or a veteran's spouse to receive this assistance.
This seal is clapping for fish parts. He hangs around where the fishing boats clean fish for the customers.
The "feels like" temperature in Sarasota today will be over 100 degrees.
The Columbia River near where Lewis and Clark spent a dismal winter eating salmon until they were sick of it.
The Columbia a few hundred miles to the east of the ocean.