Thursday, September 9, 2010

Qualicum Beach

The perfect way to end the summer at Qualicum Beach. It was a little chilly for a swim
so we had a family picnic instead. Who doesn't like to sit and watch the waves crash in? My first summer here on Vancouver Island and it was beautiful . I am already anticipating
next summer's journey!




It is not unusual to see drift wood along the beach. Nature's own decor.

















The waves were exceptionally big today. Sam's last chance to enjoy them
He happily managed to get completely soaked.


Qualicum Beach I will see you next summer!
Pamela xo






8 comments:

  1. Great shots, Pamela. I due wish I had seen the beach this year, but didn't. Maybe next year.

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  2. Pamela

    You should go when there is a big storm, it is great to watch from the car!

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  3. Hi Pamela, I missed going to the beach, so thanks for the beautiful photo's!!! I'm so excited to be able to leave a comment my computer has been messed up since my last post, not allowing me to make comments or post anything, and it's been sheer torture for me! I'm keeping my fingers crossed that it won't mess up again! Blessings~~ Daphne

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  4. What a lovely spot. You truly live in paradise! Has Sam grown? Tell him to stop that right now!! (Just kidding)

    Lots of love,
    Susan and Bentley
    xxoo

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  5. God morning friend....Oh what memories you brought back to me today. We have spent many a summer boating in just that area.....and it is so truly beautiful......I also remember the big logs......we used to call them deadheads when they would get bogged down with water and you could only see the tops of them floating. Very dangerous for boaters as you can well imagine.

    Happy fall!!

    Jo

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  6. I like the pictures of the beach the way you took them makes me feel the cold water. I hope you are enjoying the coming of fall.

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  7. I envy you that sight up close and personal. I had to buy driftwood for my little pond in Dallas.
    Brenda

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  8. I love the ocean!! I have never dipped my toes into the Pacific Ocean, but I have frozen my ankles in the Atlantic Ocean many, many times! Ha! My kids love the beach of any shoreline! They always find treasures like shells and interesting rocks..and a seaweed fight always breaks out too! lol! Angie xo

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I love love reading all your comments!! They mean so much to me...thank you..Pamela xo