Low Tide/Lunch Break

Low Tide/Lunch Break

11:30 this morning there was a minus tide. Perfect time for a studio break. This is the view of the beach on the “mainland” side, before crossing the small channel and walking to the island.


Our dogs are always ready for a beach run.


The weather is what you would expect for living on the Washington coast in the Spring-clouds, sun, showers, wind, and beautiful light. We cross the channel.


While the dogs chase ravens and eagles, I look for the elusive perfectly round black stones -so far I have only found three. They make beautiful prong set pendants. I will keep looking and let you know when I find one again!

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7 thoughts on “Low Tide/Lunch Break

  1. Jane Milburn

    Lovely Judith, I look forward to keeping up with your blog. Beautiful photographs, stunning landscape and an enlightening insight into your beachcombing world, a world apart from ours and yet perhaps not so very different in some ways.

    The Miniature Pinscher brought back memories of a dog owned by a family member when I was young, fantastic little character Bambi was, today I can still hear ‘roll over Bambi’ and of course Bambi obediently obliged, my dogs appear to be deaf unless the word is ‘treat’. Oh I see a common thread there, it also applies to my daughters!

    Enjoy the blogging, I am looking forward to reading more and seeing more picture of the stunning landscape and of course good luck in your quest for perfect stones.

  2. admin Post author

    Happy to be able to share some of the details of daily life here. Hope to present the full gamut of weather, tides, dogs, beach treasure, and more….Glad that you liked it!
    Stay tuned for more-
    Best to you,

  3. Sandra Winkler

    I come to Grayland often. I know I missed a recent showing, but how do I see your jewelry. It looks fabulous, and I’d like to view it. Sandra

    1. admin Post author

      Hi Sandra,

      I open my studio for showings by appointment. You can contact me through my website to set up a day and time to visit. Or give me a call at (360) 267-2326.
      Hope to see you on a future trip to Grayland!


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