Sunday, June 01, 2014

My favorite webcams

Anacortes Guemes Channel Trail
My favorite webcams:

Puget Sound: The Space Needle in Seattle
- Seattle Times

Anacortes, WA. Beautiful island city surrounded by water and islands. Cams to south and east; WS ferries and airport.
- Port of Anacortes


Mt. St. Helens from Johnston Ridge - Select either standard or high-def, then you see a larger window.
- US Forest Service

Glacier National Park. My favorite is St. Mary. Linking to it doesn't work any more. Find it on this page:
- Glacier NP webcams

Yellowstone live video at Old Faithful Upper Basin. The camera direction changes, because there is a lot to see in this small area.
- YNP 
(Does our NP Service change web page addresses just to break the links of people like me?)

Hawaii Volcanos NP - active, very active volcano. Sometimes it looks amazing at night; sometimes dull.

Grand Canyon, Arizona
- Grand Canyon NP Crater Lake NP, Oregon - NEW Great spot. Our recent visits always got us there at mid-day. But sunrises and sunsets are the best. Chose the first “View webcam” link: - CLNP
Big Sky Fishing's maintained directory of Montana web cams (and a few others)


Harbor seals in Puget Sound - NEW WA Dept Fish and Wildlife - seals. Also see links for other wildlife cams along the left side.


Greenland - Icebergs in fjord at Hotel Arctic
- Hotel Arctic Via Watts Up With That "Good news from Greenland."



Cabo San Lucas, Mexico
Villa PeƱasco - Looking down along the beach on Pacific Ocean. Playa Grande resort is the prominent orange complex of buildings. Slow-frame video.
Villa Bellissima - Another view with Pacific beach on the right, Land's End is the last rock. Dated image, but accurate!

Thailand - Time zone difference makes these interesting when most of the others go dark.
Chaweng Beach on Ko Samui Island - Poppies Hotel (but very small image)
Cho Phraya River in Bangkok - Live around the clock.

The image: Map of Anacortes, WA. Six marinas. One great park - Washington Park is the peninsula on the west edge. 

This is for my own daily convenience. Recreated 6/1/2014.

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