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Truck Canopy Racks

truck canopy racks
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  • (rack) framework for holding objects
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Northwestern Crow eating mussels
Northwestern Crow eating mussels
Northwestern Crow [Corvus caurinus] Shi Shi Beach - Olympic National Park 15 June 2009 NOTE: I mistakenly thought this was a raven but a keen eyed flickr friend pointed out that the tail feathers are squared and the beak (bill) a bit more pointed and less massive than a raven bill. So it appears that this is indeed a crow and not a raven. Thank you for the correction Chuck. Crows, like their more massive cousins, the raven, are smart. They are successful. You will find them (or more correctly, they will find you) almost anywhere you go. This crow watched us snack and then determined that since no hand outs were in the offing, he would have lunch the old fashion, wild, and more difficult way - - he pecked open a mussel on the top of the low tide rock, and then ate his lunch. 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.
FAIRBANKS, AK - Nathaniel was up all night packing so we packed him in the back of Paul's truck for the ride to the Fairbanks airport to catch a flight to Arctic Village: Stage one of getting to the Kongakut.

truck canopy racks
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