One day you wash up on the beach, wet and naked. Another day you wash back out. In between, the scenery changes constantly.
Saturday, February 6, 2021
Beach Report 2/6/21
Another remarkable weather day for February; temperatures in the high 40s,
mostly sunny skies;
There was more wind than the pictures credit, 10 knots, but it was nearly due
West, and barely raised a ripple close to shore. You can see Georgia and Skye
way up ahead. I liked the clouds.
One of our friendly local seagulls trying to glean something off the rocks to eat. Looks
pretty skimpy to me.
We managed 21 teeth, all unremarkable, but the most amusing find was this
Sponge Bob egg. These
are used by the power plant to clean fouling out of the condenser tubes. I think
they try to catch them, but a few seem to end up on the beach.