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Boulder Beach campout 2015-10-01

Back in Nevada, we set up base on Boulder Beach!
We were able to park reasonably close to the water, which was lovely.
While we stayed up for a few hours after leaving Willow Beach it was simply too dark for photos…
 Sunrise, however, was a whole different story.
A shame, too, because we witnessed a coyote prowling the beach a stone’s throw away!
Louie had played his guitar for us, which seemed to incite the coyotes into yipping. 
I thought that was pretty neat, but our neighbors down the beach packed up and were gone within moments! Scaredy cats. 😛 Coyotes shouldn’t be brazen enough to attack humans unless extremely desperate. There should be plenty of bunnies for them to enjoy by the lake!

More photos after the cut~

Antho caught me napping in our home away from home~
I was pleasantly surprised that our shelter didn’t take off on us in the middle of the night! 
It did, however, do so later on while we were swimming… ^^;
We were able to retrieve it and put it away, thankfully!

A cute little dragon fly that came by to say “Good morning Louie!” 🙂

The only evidence of our coyote friend the night before…

The water was a lot warmer than the river, but that still didn’t mean Antho was especially excited to go diving in!

I found this small tide pool the night before and was eager to check out in the daylight.
There were a lot of plants and even some little fish!

In the distance we noticed this guy with his parasol. 
Nothing particularly unusual about that, but he was nude ^^;
Alalala~! He wasn’t hurting anyone and kept to himself. 

After exploring the tide pool we wandered into the water to cool off. 

This looks like it should be the cover of Louie’s next album~

We could see all sorts of things in the water, from animal tracks in the mud to crab parts!

Once the day started to get uncomfortably hot and our shelter attempted to blow away, we decided to head into Boulder City for some grub and civilized amenities. 
Check back tomorrow for the post! ^_^

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