Ugadaga Bay is a great hike, it has a little of everything. It isn't physically challenging and at just 4.5 miles round trip it can be done in an evening after work. Along the way there are waterfalls, wildflowers in the summer, berries in the fall, and Ugadaga Bay itself is pristine. The cool thing about the hike is you are hiking from the Bering Sea side of the island to the North Pacific side of the island, and as I have stated in earlier posts, the trail has been used for thousands of years, so there is this magical connection to the land. Be advised you are walking through a valley for most of the way so you should be prepared for wind at times as air is funneled through.
Chico and I made the hike yesterday - well, I did, I'm not sure where Chico spent the time. The reason why he doesn't appear in more photos is shortly after the top photo, he took off down to the valley floor and I didn't see him again until I got back to the truck where he was waiting patiently and barking at a raven that was scolding him from the hillside.
The weather is going to blow up tomorrow with 70 to 80 mph winds so lots of crab boats are coming in with what they have on board so we should some more deliveries to the dock in the next couple days. I'm sure the DC boys will stay out there and thrash around 'cause that just makes for good TV, right?
Cody's a Brian's European Vacation 2015
So, It's been a LONG time since I posted So this is just the First
Installment of at least a Three Parter over me and my Kid's trip to Europe.
As to why it ...