Enjoying the surf at Good Harbor Beach. View of Salt Island.
Enjoying the warm water in the tidal pools. View of Salt Island.
His class came to Good Harbor Beach for a field trip about tidal pools.
Checking out the long tidal pool looking toward Hammond Castle and Nautilus Road.
Wow that's a big hole!
Bring your canvas and brushes, or a camera, to Good Harbor Beach.
High tide is the best time to boogie board.
Take a break and go to the snack bar.
Low tide is your opportunity to go to Salt Island.
At low tide, you can walk across the sand bar to Salt Island.
The tide was rising, but still plenty of time to go to Salt Island.
The water got deeper by Salt Island.
We climbed up a footpath to the top of Salt Island.
Great view from Salt Island of Good Harbor Beach.
Great view from Salt Island of Hammond Castle and Good Harbor Beach.
View of Good Harbor Beach from Salt Island. Wind turbines can now be seen in the distance.
View of sand bar from Salt Island.
Folks are hanging around the shore of Salt Island.
From Salt Island, looking north toward Thatcher Island with twin lighthouses.
From salt Island, view of the entire half-mile stretch of Good Harbor Beach.
Salt Island at low tide on a sunny June 10, 2015.
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