Posted on December 5, 2020 Updated on December 5, 2020
We are fifteen days out from the Winter Solstice, the shortest day of the year. It’s already cold and dark before the six o’clock news comes on. For some warmth, here are some shots from a beach trip I took back in 2011. ~Vic
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What a lovely world you live in!
I’d love for you to come to our coast.
I would love too. And to have both of you come here!
I SO wish. Ken doesn’t travel anymore. He is slow on mobility.
Hugs to Ken.
Fabulous skylines 😀
I could say the same about your area. How far are you from your coast? Distance & time?
I would love to jump in that picture…Calgon take me away….
We won’t be able to go back. The Clam Digger was bought out, remodeled and they jacked up their prices. The new owners wouldn’t deal with our law enforcement group.
Ken and I went every year for five years.
That really sucks…the more things change…the more things change.
I never get tired of that
Beautiful shots Vic, I love your beaches!
They are grand. Did you run into any trouble going places?
Most places were operating, including indoor dining. We opted to not dine out or do any fun shopping. Ugh, I’ve about had enough with all this cooking the past year! 😉 😅
Unfortunately, it will be a miracle if any independent restaurants survive. If you want to eat out in 2021, you may be limited to big chains.
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