An Afternoon Walk at Camp Casey

Last weekend, I attended a regional retreat of Amma’s northwest satsang members. The retreat was held at Camp Casey which is located on Whidbey Island. The island is in Puget Sound, 30 miles north of Seattle.

During the afternoon of the second day of the retreat, I decided to explore the area.

The sun was still very bright when I began the walk. I love how this photograph turned out.

One retreat participant had suggested I walk to the end of the road and then turn left. He said that path would take me to a lighthouse. I decided to take his advice. I snapped photos as I walked. I was intrigued by a tree I saw in the distance.

Once I passed the tree, I saw the lighthouse…

… and another interesting tree. I wondered what kind of trees these were. If you know, please tell me!

In this area, there were people who were not from the retreat center. I surmised that this part of the island must be a public park.

After I returned to Camp Casey, I decided to take a short walk on the beach. I was able to get close, but there was no clear path down to the beach. If I had brought a walking stick, I might have walked through the driftwood, but I hadn’t, so I took a couple of photos and then returned to the camp.

Before long, I was in the building where I was staying. I saw another retreat participant standing on the balcony with her camera. I went outside to see what she was looking at. It was an incredible sunset!

(To enlarge the photos, click on the gallery.)

The photos above don’t do the sunset justice, but at least they give you a glimpse of the glory I witnessed.