Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Beach Report 11/11/14

We decided to give in to Skye's demands for a walk about the same time as a low tide at the beach this morning. This morning the wind was blowing NW at 20+ knots, while temperatures were rising rapidly towards 60 F with partly sunny skies. Pretty nice for a November morning.

I was startled to find this Common Buckeye flitting around in the sand dunes this late it the year. I guess there are still a few butterflies about; I saw a Monarch out over the bay while we were fishing yesterday.

We've had tremendous progress in Fall here in only a few days. About half of the leaves have fallen, and the color, while still good, is starting to fade

An odd one out in the Bay. I can't quite make out the name, so I can't google it, and I can't seem to find it now on
There is a huge LNG tanker at the Gas Docks today, the Arctic Explorer according to It's astonishing how it dwarfs the docks, no small structure of it's own.

No eagles today, but I thought I would throw picture up from a few days ago.

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