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  • Something that is used for lifting, in particular
  • aerodynamic lift: the component of the aerodynamic forces acting on an airfoil that opposes gravity
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  • A device incorporating a moving cable for carrying people, typically skiers, up or down a mountain
  • the act of giving temporary assistance

Wife below steep access trail
Wife below steep access trail
My wife where we arrived at Shi Shi beach with the switchback trail we came down to the beach on, visible in the woods. Once the trail left Makah Indian land and arrived at the boundary of Olympic National Park, we took the short steep "headland" trail, down to the north end of Shi Shi beach, so we could hike the entire length of it on our way to Point of the Arches. Sunday night June 14th, 2009 - my wife and I camped in the back of our pickup truck canopy at the “South Beach” camp on Washington’s Pacific Ocean coast. Monday, we drove to Neah Bay, where we took an 8 mile round trip hike from the Makah Indian Reservation trailhead, along Shi Shi beach, to the beach immediately south of the Point of the Arches - - and back. After the Shi Shi Beach hike, we drove back north and took the short, but outstanding, one mile round trip hike to the Cape Flattery & Tatoosh Island overlook. There we saw marine birds and were treated to the sight of a gray whale swimming north through the channel between Tatoosh Island and Cape Flattery. Tuesday, we drove from our “basic” motel room in Neah Bay, back to our home in Eastern Washington, via the Hood Canal route. The back road travel and hiking over the two and half days were really enjoyable. My wife and I both had a great time and especially enjoyed the hikes and the camp at South Beach. My flickr photo set “Shi Shi Beach - June 2009” has a detailed narrative of the trip and hikes.
Making good time on Shi Shi
Making good time on Shi Shi
I asked my wife to keep hiking at a brisk pace so we could reach the Point of the Arches by 1 pm and low tide. Here I take a detour up to photograph the tree of fishing net buoys that had washed ashore and been festooned in the tree by bored hikers and campers. Brisk meant brisk to my wife and she set such a pace that I had a diffiuclt time catching up with her. Sunday night June 14th, 2009 - my wife and I camped in the back of our pickup truck canopy at the “South Beach” camp on Washington’s Pacific Ocean coast. Monday, we drove to Neah Bay, where we took an 8 mile round trip hike from the Makah Indian Reservation trailhead, along Shi Shi beach, to the beach immediately south of the Point of the Arches - - and back. After the Shi Shi Beach hike, we drove back north and took the short, but outstanding, one mile round trip hike to the Cape Flattery & Tatoosh Island overlook. There we saw marine birds and were treated to the sight of a gray whale swimming north through the channel between Tatoosh Island and Cape Flattery. Tuesday, we drove from our “basic” motel room in Neah Bay, back to our home in Eastern Washington, via the Hood Canal route. The back road travel and hiking over the two and half days were really enjoyable. My wife and I both had a great time and especially enjoyed the hikes and the camp at South Beach. My flickr photo set “Shi Shi Beach - June 2009” has a detailed narrative of the trip and hikes.

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