Visiting My Daughter-Day Two…Patrick’s Point

I shared photos from my visit to Patrick’s Point in yesterday’s post. This is a continuation of your photo tour from that visit.

Enjoy!

Patrick's Point
Patrick's Point

*Clicking on a photo will give you a closer look!

Patrick's Point
Patrick's Point
Patrick's Point-Trillium
Patrick's Point-Trillium
Patrick's Point
Patrick's Point

Anyone know what may have caused the circles on this rock?

Patrick's Point

Do you see the face in this rock? And how about this banana slug! He is a big one!

Patrick's Point-Banana Slug

The park features a small recreated traditional Native American village maintained by the Yurok people. The village is called Sumeg Village and is in use today. One can see a redwood canoe, a sweat house, a dance house, and family houses.

Patrick's Point-Sumeg Village
Patrick's Point-Sumeg Village

If you enjoyed this little photo tour, then you might like to hop on over to my daughter’s website, where she shares more about Patrick’s Point, including watching her Coastie husband and crewmates hoisting. She is a much better photographer than I am!

Explore! Stay healthy and stay safe!

8 responses to “Visiting My Daughter-Day Two…Patrick’s Point

  1. So interesting a place where I will never get to visit! Hugs

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    • Laura Conowitch

      I shall probably never get to visit Texas, Nanette. I bet thete are a lot of wonderful sites to see there!

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  2. It’s that banana slug…reminds me of the ones we’d see in the Bay Area when we lived there for a few years in the early ’80s.
    – Shudder –

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    • I remember camping on the coast with the kids when they were small. The slugs would be on the outside of the tent in the morning. And one always needed to watch one’s steps when heading to the bathroom. Ha, ha!

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  3. It’s been fascinating looking at your photos. What an amazing location. It is so lush and vibrant. Most of the British coast line is very open with only a few small, windswept trees clinging on to the cliffs.

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    • It is jungle like in many of the western coastal areas here, but there are open coastline areas as well; especially the further south one goes. I love it all! 🙂

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  4. Banana slugs? Not part of life in the Midwest. Great pics!

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    • Thank you, Donna! I have never lived in the Midwest, but I have visited a few areas there. The wonderful thing about the world is that there is beauty and uniqueness everywhere, including the human variety! 🙂

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