Archives for category: Pacific Time

Starting a project where I am trying to put together a collection of live web cams showing views of coastal areas in the Pacific Northwest.

 

British Columbia Coast

Favorite out of BC: Wickaninnish Inn – Tofino, BC

A beautiful scene with the first live audio I have found:

 

Ocean Village Resort MacKenzie Beach – Tofino, BC

 

Pacific Sands Beach Resort – Tofino, BC

 

Boundary Bay, Tsawwassen, BC

 

Denny Island, BC Cam

 

Washington Coast

Here is the very best example in WA of what I have found so far:

Port of Friday Harbor Marina Live Stream

What makes this one really nice is that we do not have to go to a host page first to click on it, and we are not looking at fixed images.

Second favorite:

Live Cam – Westport, Washington

We must go to a host page first, then click on the cam.

View live feed here.

 

Bellingham Bay WebCam

 

Faithlife Bellingham Bay Cam

 

Semiahmoo Weather Cam

 

Friday Harbor Ferry Landing – San Juan Island, WA

 

Island Marine Center Marina – Lopez Island, WA

 

Landmark Inn, Eastsound, Orcas Island, WA

 

Roche Harbor – San Juan Island, WA

 

Rosario Resort – Orcas Island, WA

 

Oregon Coast

 

Seashore Inn – Seaside OR

 

Pacific City – Pelican Brewing Cam

 

Cape Kiwanda RV Resort & Marketplace – Pacific City, OR

 

Possibly of interest:

Washington State Department of Transportation Ferry Cameras

A fun place to look for snow at sea level during part of the year.

Related blog post:

Live Cam – Westport, Washington

 

 

 

 

 

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Years ago at Port Townsend

 

 

Grays Harbor – North Jetty

 

Grays Harbor – North Beach

 

Along for the afternoon: Classic Deep Cuts

 

Checking back to view different weather and tide conditions, views at various times of day and seasonal changes. Very nice to view full screen.

Camera angle rotates to show views of everything from Westhaven Drive out to the entrance of Garys Harbor, the jetty and Half Moon Bay.

Live feed here.

Possibly of interest:

Washington State Department of Transportation Ferry Cameras

A fun place to look for snow at sea level during part of the year.

 

 

 

 

 

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Working Waterfront

 

 

Photo source for image above here.

People familiar with Ocean Shores, WA would balk at the idea that the scene above is local to Ocean Shores.

Related:

Fooling Visitors to Oak Harbor

 

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No markings on the back of this one.

Found on the Weatherwax Trail.

Local group: Ocean Shores Rocks

 

Washington Coast

 

Between Storms – Washington Coast

 

Washington Coast

Related article:

PACIFIC NW BEACHCOMBING

Also fun to find:

Local beach glass

 

Washington Coast

Click image once or twice to show detail.

 

Click image once or twice to show detail.

Washington Coast

 

Washington Coast

Our buyers inspect and select only the leanest cuts of meat for the grill-

 

Out to North Jetty on a fantastic January day.

Looking over towards Westport. The ship here is CORAL GEM.

Several sites on the web offer info on ship locations.

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Mount Rainier

 

Location:

Grays Harbor County

Washington Coast

 

Finished a project yesterday and left this empty 12 quart bucket outside for about 24 hours.

The bucket is located adjacent to a garage and a tree that overhangs a bit, so it is not in position to be an ideal rain gauge.

Related

What to expect: Annual Rainfall

Nice Weather May Be Back In 8 or 9 Months

 

Washington Coast

 

Washington Coast

 

Washington Coast

 

Washington Coast

 

Washington Coast

 

Washington Coast

We got to the beach about two hours early. We had a really good outing. Left the beach before dark. Weather was great.

 

We have had a tradition over the years, where we invite people over and cook a turkey a week or more before Thanksgiving. People may be more available this way, because they can visit with us, but still get to their own family gatherings on Thanksgiving Day. Picking an off day/week also allows for less crowded stores, roads, ferry and air terminals, etc.

We were on the road to visit family last week. Today, it’s just the two of us and a decent weather day in our area. A turkey on the weber is a family tradition. We are always happy with the finished product.

 

Along for the afternoon: Classic Deep Cuts

 

 

Washington Coast

 

Duck Lake from the Weatherwax Trail.

 

On the Weatherwax Trail.

 

On the Weatherwax Trail.

 

Out for a walk in the woods on the Weatherwax Trail.