One day you wash up on the beach, wet and naked. Another day you wash back out. In between, the scenery changes constantly.
Saturday, June 15, 2019
Bunnies, Butterflies and the Beach
Skye and I left about 10:30 AM to visit the beach. We saw 9 bunnies on the way! My arms are about an inch longer as a result.
The Milkweed by the edge of the harbor is in full bloom, smells very sweet, and is attracting all kinds of insects, including this Zebra Swallowtail and bumblebee. . .
As well as this American Lady (note the tiny white dot in the field of orange).
It was about 75 out, with a nice western breeze, which keeps you cool in the sun, but barely ripples the Bay. You might note Skye looks a bit skinny. When we boarded her to go to Pittsburgh, they de-haired her, and did a pretty good job. Hopefully that will help her stay cool.
Looking for fossils the hard way, with a screen. We found 16 shark's teeth between us, none of them especially notable or picture worthy
Skye in the lead on the way home.
Somebody ignored the now faded "dangerous jetty" sign.