Bikes & Beaches - bring your best
Carefree Highway - Hwy 98 - Florida Panhandle (before Ivan :o)
End of the Road - Mexico Beach - Florida
Not much of a beach here.
I would rather have been on a GS.
Chesil Beach Dorset.
This beach is 7miles long, formed of pebbles and starts near Abbotsbury and finishes at Portland and forms part of the UK's jurassic coast.
The picture was taken at the top of Abbotsbury Hill and looking towards Portland.
At the tip of Portland (known as Portland Bill) two tides meet. Looking at the picture you have West Bay on the right and Wemouth Bay on the left. The difference in the tides can be as much as 2mtrs in height. Here endeth the geography lesson for today!!
Trying to get moving...
The Black Sea, 1st of May 2006
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Hood Canal along 101 in Washington
Columbia River Shipwreck, Washington:
Little Sur Rivermouth, Big Sur, CA
Stoney Point, North Shore Lake Superior, MN
South Chesterman Beach, Tofino, BC, Canada
Emma Wood State Beach, Ventura, CA
Leo Carillo State Beach, Malibu, CA
A few beaches in Kamloops B.C. CANADA....Eh!
South Thompson River.
Cucao Beach, Chiloe, Chile
Corfu, Greece. Last week on a rental:
This is the beach of the Dead Sea in Jordan, in the distance you see Israel.
According to the GPS it is 419 meters below sea level (approx. 1,370 ft ??)
Black Sea in Turkey.
The beach of Lebanon. The skyline of Beirut.
Here are a couple from Aus.
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