One day you wash up on the beach, wet and naked. Another day you wash back out. In between, the scenery changes constantly.
Thursday, June 17, 2021
Beach Report 6/17/21
Skye and I were on our own again. When we reached the beach, this American Lady was handing around the Dogbane that is starting to bloom on the sand dunes there.
Another gorgeous day, with temperatures in the low 70s, low humidity, with mostly clear skies, and enough breeze to generate white caps and a light chop.
Do you see it?
The best of 10 shark's teeth, a smallish, but very clean upper Snaggletooth.
Thanks to the waves, we didn't make it past the big slides, but we did get a ways up the beach.
A big one waiting for its chance to load up with natural gas at the Gas Docks
On a closer look, you can easily see the four tanks. The mirage is making it look like the tanks go down into the water. Marinetraffic.com identifies it as LNG Sakura, a Singapore flagged tanker. It claims it's destination is Baltimore, but that seems wrong; it would be like carrying coals to Newcastle. All that LNG comes down past Baltimore.