I had my camera gear with me and walked down to beach taking photos and some video clips. The section of beach closest to Haystack Rock is littered with tide pools and because I happened to be there at low-tide, it was pretty neat checking out all the wildlife that lives in them: starfish, crabs, anemones, barnacles, etc. The opposite end of the beach looks just like scenes from the Twilight movies and it's spectacular. When I saw it for the first time the previous evening, the cliffs were blanketed with Lenticular clouds, the kind that form as they move up the cliff. Have I mentioned how much I like it here?
Things learned today: I've been struggling sleeping in my sleeping bag because it likes to slide off my sleeping pad regularly. My solution was to only get in the sleeping bag liner and then unzip the sleeping bag and use it as a blanket. It worked! This second night camping out was the first time I've actually slept decently well in my tent since I've owned it. I was really happy to wake up feeling somewhat rested. =)