This beach is an amazing place to visit, especially in low tide. It was high tide when we were there and there was still a lot to see. It was such an amazing and beautiful place. Not only are there cliffs and large boulders that look like swiss cheese, there are many tide pools where you can see all sorts of different creatures. Here is the list of what we saw: Purple and Orange Pacific Starfish, Red Hermit Crab, Limpet, small white Sea Anemone, clams, jellyfish, mussels, oysters, snails/periwinkles and probably a lot more that I couldn't identify. We saw one thing that was see-through like a jellyfish, but it was different because it wiggled it's body back and forth in order to move. Anyone know what that one is??? Anyways, I will leave you with the many photos. They are viewed best at full size so click away if you like!
Swiss cheese rocks carved with bowls, tunnels and circles. They were so amazing, we had never seen rocks like this before.
My parents on the left and my mom and I on the right.
Click the photo above to see hermit crabs, periwinkles (snail shape shells) and a small white jellyfish, among other things.
Another pretty view, a four legged starfish and all of his four legged friends.
My dad holding a hermit crab. If you blow warm air into the shell, they come out and walk around on your hand.
In the center is the strange little jellyfish-like creature that wiggled it's body back and forth to move. It was oval shaped and had little leg like protrusions all around. If anyone knows what this is called, please leave a comment!
My dad checking out a starfish.