The End of the Line

On Wednesday, November 10, 2010, Sugar and I drove along a path that went to the river.  It was a former railway line that went through the marsh and across the river.  This section was made into a fishing pier which burned in the 1980’s.  What’s left is a picturesque haven for birds.

You can read more about this section here on page 7, number 10, Big Trestle Park.

This shot was taken with maximum zoom on the little ordinary camera. Sugar seems to think that these birds are some sort of an Anhinga. I thought he was saying the birds were a type of "A Nanheenguh", which might amuse you birdy types.

 

This is a tidal river, and the tide is going out.

 

And that’s the end of the line.

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2 Responses to “The End of the Line”

  1. Kari Says:

    soooooo serene.

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  2. It’s Not the End of the Line « Ruthrawls's Blog Says:

    […] On Christmas Day, Sugar and I, along with his family visiting for the holidays, went to the End of the Line. […]

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