Monday, 3 November 2014

BLK Pine Workshop / LA Push

La Push is in the north-most point of Washington's Pacific Coast beaches. It is situated at the mouth of the Quillayute River located at the northern edge of the Quileute Indian Reservation. Just south of the village of La Push are three Olympic Coast inlets and perfect outdoor getaways for cold water surfing, hiking, and camping. The beach, called First Beach, is a wide, crescent shaped, sandy beach with sea stacks between the beach and the western horizon. During migration, whales can be seen from the beach. 
In our Spring thru late Fall adventures to this magical place, we often have one our BLK PINE - single guage beanies on hand. Ready to wear after a surf session, as a night cap to keep warm for over night camping, during an evening stroll or fireside hangout along the breezy beaches.PrintPrintPrintPrintPrint