Thursday, September 23, 2010

Along The Coast

Just north of us, the Coast Highway runs right along the ocean. At this time of year, we're a good five months past any decent rainfall, so the native coastal plants are brown and crisp. We parked on the bluffs above the water recently, with hamburgers and french fries.

There were a few brave souls with bogey boards, but not many, as the water is back in the 50s and the summer tourist season is over.

It didn't take long for this little fellow to smell the french fries.

He seemed to weigh his options - either hold his ground and pose for pictures or surrender his bounty to the crows. He opted for the fries.

1 comment:

steven said...

you cannot beat chip truck fries and i am sure that that fact is embedded in the chipmunk genetic code!! steven