I seem to have created a tidal pattern of my own. When I arrived at the Parker River National Wildlife Refuge yesterday - just a few days before the annual many month long beach closure - it was about 2 hours after low tide. With the tide rolling in I tried to keep an eye on the ocean with a plan of keeping my feet dry. The air was chilly at 49 degrees F and the wind was howling. I stayed dry but I did see someone walking in the water, brrr!
I volunteer in the refuge on Sunday afternoons. I'm hoping for one more beach walk before I head to the visitor center. The weather wizard says it is going to rain on Sunday - here's hoping it's light rain and not a downpour.
I love the patterns in the sand!