August 7, 1977
A map and directions were given to each driver.
Meeting time included time to stop for 30 minutes for coffee.
We met at the parking lot at the trailhead and began walking in
overcast weather and some fog at 11:30.
Fog cleared by the time we reached the end of the cape.
Trail was good in most places, but the expected mud on parts of
the trail was quite deep due to recent rains.
We ate lunch at the end of the cape.
Four people hiked down the face of the cape to see the Murres rookery.
This is an interesting bird area with puffins, Murres and pelicans.
We ate the various berries in the area.
The group was congenial.
We made it back to the cars by 3:00 p.m.
People went their separate ways—one car going north to Washington
and others sightseeing as they desired.
Enjoying the coastal trip were
Barbara & Collins Hemingway,
Joe, Diane & Scott Lowry,
Joella Hadland, leader.