Halloween Sunrise Over Willapa Bay

Oct 31, 2023 | 1 comment

I don’t know if there such a thing as a “Halloween Sunrise” — but there is now!  What a glorious spectacle out my front door this morning!  (The real front door that is.  Not the back door that has been used as the front door for the last eighty or ninety years.)

I thought of the old adage:  “Red sky in the morning; Sailors take warning.”  But I’m hoping, instead, that the glory of it is a promise for tomorrow — and for many “First Wednesdays” to come.  I’m hoping that we’ll have a fine turnout (sailors notwithstanding) for our third Pacific County History Forum — 1o:00 a.m. to 12:00 at the Oysterville Schoolhouse.

Our topic:  “The Best Laid Plans.”  Our subjects:  “Pacific  City — Almost but not Quite” and “The Story of Willie Kiel.”  Our speakers Michael Lemeshko and Steve Rogers.

See you there!


1 Comment

  1. Marion

    The beautiful mornings with a vibrant sunrise are one of the things I miss about not having a cabin in Oysterville anymore plus many other things. It is truly a magical place in so many ways.


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