Walk on the Pier

On Sunday my sister Vera and I were happy to see that June Gloom was nonexistent. We dropped our brother off at the Orange County airport for his trip back to Dallas and decided another trip to the beach was warranted. We had a good meal at Dukes at the Huntington Beach Pier with this view from our table…

After our meal we headed to the pier to walk it and enjoy the views.

I’ll have a full post with this pelican as the star later.

The crashing waves looked like snow from above.

This post is being published on Tuesday June 14th, Flag day. I will be in the air for a few hours and then on the road home.

Happy Flag Day from Huntington Beach and Newport Beach.

About Ellenhttps://happywonderer.com/I am a wife, mother, baba (grandmother) and a loyal friend. Jesus is my King and my hope is in my future with Him.

9 thoughts on “Walk on the Pier

  1. Happy contrails! What a beautiful beach and pier. Glad that you and Vera spent
    that lovely time together.

    Happy Flag Day! 🇺🇸

    Love,
    Vee

  2. Such a lovely day to enjoy the beach! Looked like lots of people were in the water and enjoying it too! It has been raining nonstop here, hard to imagine being in the water, ha! So nice to enjoy this time with your sister, enjoyed your pictures so very much, a beautiful place to be!

  3. The photos are amazing. I’ve had enough of the June Gloom too. I was actually at John Wayne airport on Saturday evening picking up Mark from his fishing trip.

  4. Such a beatiful beach and special lto enjoy it with your sister! We drove from PS once to babysit two littles while their parents and older siblings went to Disneyland for the day. It was a long day, but such a great memory!

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