It was a beautiful evening so we went out in the boat over to Coogan Bay,
about 15 minutes from town. My husband had a bid to do for replacing a
roof on a float house. There are several float houses in Coogan Bay, all
anchored out there in such a quiet, beautiful place.
Approaching Coogan Bay
Mr. (or Mrs.) Jellyfish slid by the boat. The tentacles were
hanging really far down in the water.
Isn't this gorgeous...the end of the bay. I understand that if you
come out here in the spring and early summer the bears are grazing
on the grass in the evening. If you click the picture you can see all
those white dots are seagulls. There was a heron in the bunch too.
This float house is used for renting kayaks to people.
Another neat float house. I saw a rain catchment system
and solar panels on the side. This is such a protected area
that the water was like a mirror.
This was another pretty bay, but it got shallow really fast so we didn't go
down there. The kayaks are perfect for this area.
Measuring the roof. I'm no expert, but I think they
waited kind of long to call for repairs. Maybe we
could just mow it for them?
Bogie and the bear stand guard inside the house when the owners are away.
A neat shot of the boat when a rain squall came over.
The water was so still that the reflections were amazing!
Going back was a little rough since the wind picked up, but
it was a fun way to spend Sunday evening. I hope your
Sunday was a great one!