The Surf at Schoodic Point

I had great ambition for a hike today. The thermometer was above freezing and the skies were blue. Then I stepped outside and realized the wind was whipping. Brrr. My hike plans instead turned into a lunch outing and an afternoon drive.

I did leave the car to pick my way across the rocks to watch the surf. Paul joined me for about 2.5 seconds. Hannah never did venture from the car.

blue skies at schoodic point

big waves at schoodic

winter at schoodic

surf at schodic point

The surf at schoodic point

winter tidal pools at schoodic point

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One Response to The Surf at Schoodic Point

  1. Jody says:

    Wow! What a gorgeous place! It’s beautiful….especially to a land-locked prairie savage like me.

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