Sunday, May 06, 2007
Hi-Tide at Moclips, WA
This is the condo where we stayed. It was very well equipped with a microwave, every kitchen utensil you could possibly imagine, a dishwasher, a cupboard full of board games and even raincoats in the closet (although aside from a brief squall complete with hail on Sat. night, the weather was quite pleasant). The sculpture of the kid on the right side of the mantle did not meet with Chris' approval, but other than that it was perfect. One of the Hi-Tide traditions is rock painting. Visitors can check out paints and brushes from the front office. The rocks can be collected from walks along the beach, then brought back to the Hi-Tide and decorated, usually incorporating your family name and the date of your visit. We separated from tradition this time, but decorated many a rock in the 1990s.