Slippery sucker

©2010 Jenn LeBlanc

One of Hubband’s favorite things is exploring natural areas like the alluvial fan in Rocky Mountain National Park, so when we were exploring the California coast we stopped at several beaches along the way so we could explore the sand, rocks and tide pools. Tide pools are awesome, full of colorful life forms left behind at low tide.

The first beach we stopped at ended up being one of the best as far as tide pools go and it was the perfect time of day for rock hopping as well. Bean Hollow State Beach sits between Half Moon Bay and Santa Cruz on the Cabrillo Highway.

Sam cruised over the rock formations dodging the crashing waves and harassing crabs and starfish while I walked the shoreline photographing collections of beach fodder before joining him on the rocks.

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