Sea Lion or Seal?

At first glance, we didn’t realize this was a sea lion (or seal?) floating by.


Hoping this fella is feeling well and just enjoying the last evening of Spring. We caught these photos just in front of Emma Schmitz Memorial View Point.

Barely Seen in Puget Sound: USS John C. Stennis CVN 74


USS John C Stennis is on her way back home to Bremerton this morning.  I could barely see her on this grey rainy day.

Order Yours Today: Very Limited Addition “They Yell at Clams” T-Shirt

Dsc_0175Get them while supplies last: "They Yell at Clams" T-Shirts modeled here (cute girls not included) for $14.95.

The artwork is created by local Beach Drive artist, Steve Klinkel and reflects the story of the unsung clam, as told by the Beach Drive Babbler

Click the logo to the right, under sponsors, to watch the video: They Yell at Clams.  And order yours today while supplies last.  Please be sure to specify your t-shirt size and preferred color.

Re-Announcing The Beach Drive Babbler: They Yell at Clams

I can’t think of a better way to start summer then unveiling "The Beach Drive Babbler" aka "Rambling Embers". Sit back, enjoy the sunset and the beginning of hopefully some warm weather. Relax and listen to the tales of "They Yell at Clams".

Note:  This was originally posted on June 20, 2008 to celebrate the first day of summer.  Unfortunately, we had video issues so I’m reposting this (now that it’s been corrected) so this post can have "more time in the sun".