Boiler Bay, a spectacular scenic wayside named for a piece of wreckage from a small freighter. In 1910 the J. Marhoffer met its demise here. (visittheoregoncoast.com)
At low tide the boiler from the ship is visible, as are numerous tide pools.
Shellfish hunters troll the rocks for mussels.
We don’t arrive at low tide so we do not see the boiler or tide pools. And we don’t troll the rocks for mussels. What we do see, however, are beautiful views.
And I make a new friend…