One day you wash up on the beach, wet and naked. Another day you wash back out. In between, the scenery changes constantly.
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.
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
Arctic Explorer according to Marinetraffic.com. It's astonishing how it dwarfs the docks, no small structure of it's own.
Labels: birds, boating, butterflies, Chesapeake Bay, eagles, Gas Docks, Georgia, Skye
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