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Cali-moon: Part 4 – Beaches of Bodega Bay & Beyond

This is going to be a photo intensive post so it may take a bit to load. For that I apologize. However, I can’t apologize for wanting to share the beauty that is the Bodega Bay area. Thank you to LL from work for letting us in on the secret that is Bodega Bay. However, the photos include not only Bodega Bay and its beaches but also the Muir Beach Overlook and Stinson Beach.

Just reviewing these photos for the post have me wanting to return. Here’s hoping we get to go back in the near future.

(Note: the photos aren’t in any particular order but they cover Muir Beach Overlook, Stinson Beach, Bodega Head and School House Beach in Bodega Bay.)

I must express my gratitude and my love to my husband for suggesting we bring some of the ashes of my former husband (FJA) who passed away from cancer, with us to leave on some perfect spot. We had no idea, of course, where that spot would be before we left on our honeymoon. But after we found Bodega Head we knew *that* was the perfect place.

We were both quiet for a bit and then we spread his ashes out above Bodega Head (8th photo down), all the while visualizing FJA grinning and nodding his head in approval.

I love you both to my very core.

KDO

Beach

Pebbles

Beach 3

Stinson Beach

Shoes

Shells

Bodega Head FJA

Flowers

Clams

Pebbles Shell

Beach2

Bodega Head

Night Beach

Beach Sunset

Beach Rock

Cakers

Muir Beach OL2

Seaweed

Muir Beach OL

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