Interesting decor caught our eye as we parked in front of this store.
Just across the street your see this tranquil anchoring spot for visiting boats.
Many sailboats anchored behind the breakwater.
A short walk to the public fishing pier.
From the pier you get a better look at one of the sailboats.
Families come to crab from this spot.
A crab trap and small crab that was released after I took this shot.
This young lady was enjoying her last day of summer vacation before school started.
Two crabs that were just right for someones dinner.
The walk way to the pier has this rock jetty and you can peer into the cold water and watch the crabs scurry along.
Is it sea weed or a sea monster ?
Older gentleman enjoying dropping a line in the calm waters of the harbor.
A large number of pleasuring and working vessels call this harbor home.
Looking across the harbor towards the breakwater and the open ocean.
Channel view of the harbor and its pier and berths.
More berthed pleasure boats.
Look at the green growth on this poor sail boat, a slight lack of maintenance I would say.
Reflections on the calm waters.
A tribute to sailors who have lost their lives in the local waters.
A ancient tie down saved from the old pier.
The sea is a harsh environment.
We ate lunch here at the local Italian Restaurant.
Here is my one artsy picture from this trip. I like the smooth transition from in focus to slightly out of focus captured here.