Looking back at the home front, Marty had arranged with the guys resurfacing the pilots' place to resurface the front of 1490. I'm partial to the old gray, but I guess this helps keep the property in shape. I accidentally walked on it, but found out from Marty that (surprisingly) Windex takes out the marks left on the carpet by your shoes.
It was hot all the way until the end of the parade, then something happened that I just love our area for. The marine layer came in. Right on the river, it actually became cold. The cloud itself is not the marine layer, but the marine layer either creates clouds or pushes them along underneath.
. . . A lacy insect inside the porch alcove.
As I drove out to Warrenton, I was so invigorated by the cold air, I stopped and walked out to take photos of the low clouds. It's amazing what this burst of cool air did for my state of mind. I parked along Marine Drive and walked out to the water - probably farther than I've been able to walk in some time. Welcome signs of recovery, be they ever so slow.
Walking back to the car - the Suomi Hall and the graceful curve of the bridge.
A giddy view. I like the tree in front of the pier.
More giddiness, now facing the onramp.
New design and new purple paint. I like it.
I took this one without looking, since I was driving over the bridge. The marine layer is growing.
By the time I got back to Astoria, this event was taking place just on the other side of Englund Marine. Every year they do a simulated rescue as part of Regatta.
Up . . . I like the piece of a ship in this one.
You can see the spray tossed up by the 'copter.
Back on the west side of Englund Marine, there were more boats coming to the event on the other side of the building, which now I couldn't see.
Guys on the boat.
I'm not sure what the Port Authority is doing here, although they're also on their way to the Event. It would probably have been more fun before it got foggy and cold.
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