We landed at a fantastic spot for lunch. A gray gravel beach below bright red sandstone. Doug Hamilton found a headless sea lion skeleton stretched out on the red stone and a big horned sheep skull. We should have arranged them together, but left them as found.
A wind came up behind us in the afternoon and pushed us along. Even Herb Howe kept up with the pack. Just a mile before our planned landing site Doug found a whale skeleton. We landed to check it out but found little left.
We rounded a point to a long curve of gravel beach. Down on the south end we picked out a campground that looked like it had some protection from the wind. We must have picked well because there was no wind in the night.