Magnolia Beach entrance

Lot of damage at the Magnolia Beach entrance.  Also sand, rocks, pieces of wood and debris in parking lot.

10 thoughts on “Magnolia Beach entrance

  1. Donna,

    We are so sad to see and hear of this so close to home and reflection spots. Knowing the hardy it will stay like this for long rebuild and restore!! back-to- back storms! Best wished forward for you and community….Dave & Kim

    Like the circle Chief Seattle and Zuni Saying below, also Chief Dan George..

    Wakan Tankan Nici Un (May the Great Spirit walk with you) Chief Dan George
    Chief Dan George or Dan Slaholt (Geswanouth Slahoot)
    Salish First Nations
    British Columbia, Canada
    (1899-1981)

    Chief Seattle or Sealth (Ts’ial-la-kum)
    Suquamish and Duwamish tribes
    Washington State, USA
    (1786-1866)

    “This we know. The Earth does not belong to us; we belong to the Earth. All things are connected, like the blood that unites one family. Whatever befalls the Earth, befalls the children of the Earth. We do not weave the web of life; we are only a strand of it. Whatever we do to the web, we do to ourselves. —CHIEF SEATTLE

    And one I heard many times out west many times around camp fires or oral history lessons…

    “The landscape is our Church, a Cathedral. It is like a sacred building to us. – Zuni Saying

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