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Ruby Beach, Washington

What a gorgeous beach. We always make sure to check with the locals of where to go before we leave the state, & Ruby Beach was a must see for sure. Just amazing views to be seen. When we 1st got there the fog was there, & then it just rolled away in a very short time walking to the beach. it was wild!!! Very misty fog. Just amazing!!! 

Check out this video of our walk along the beach. Enjoy! Beth ( :


eileeninmd said…
Hello Beth, Ruby Beach was one of our favorite spots too! I enjoyed your video. Happy Monday, enjoy your new week!
Melissa said…
We went to to Washington last summer and the only place I NEEDED to see was Ruby Beach! It was as beautiful and peaceful as I had hoped! I laid in the sunshine on the beach, and listened to the sound of the waves while my husband explored. I even have a video on my phone to bring me back to that moment. Best part of our trip!
William Kendall said…
What gorgeous shots! No shortage of driftwood, I see.
Linda Kay said…
Thanks for taking us along on your walk!
Cache-Mire said…
It looks amazing! I love beach pics!
Missy George said…
Gorgeous! Makes me miss the beach. Have a good week Beth
Ruth Hiebert said…
This does look like a great place to visit.Beautiful scenes.
Rose said…
It's always a great idea to check with the locals for places to see AND places to eat!
Michelle said…
LOVE that third photo!
Cheryl @ TFD said…
Hi Beth, thanks for visiting. I've missed seeing you! I haven't been blogging as much, and visiting has been hard to keep up with as we've been so busy with one thing or another lately. I hope to get better at it! Maybe I'm just slow? Anyway, I sure enjoyed your beautiful photos of Ruby Beach. I'd love to see it sometime. I have a friend that just moved to Washington, but haven't heard yet how they like it.
Have a nice week!
Stephanie said…
Beautiful beach scenes!
Jeanne said…
What a beautiful place and your photos are great!
I love your videos- thanks for taking me along on your tour. This place looks awesome!
What incredible skies!! So beautiful! xx
Tanya Breese said…
beautiful photos beth!
Debbie said…
awwww.....same page of sorts, feels a bit like home!! you are very lucky to travel to so many beautiful places!!!

enjoy your weekend!!!
What a gorgeous beach to go for a walk on. I enjoyed the video.
Linda said…
Looks like a peaceful beach.
Tony McGurk said…
A nice beach & I really like the photo looking through the trees to the beach. The foreground greenery really adds to the photo nicely

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