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Andrew’s Wave

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So Long Zucchini

Move over zucchini.. make room for the hubbards.  Picked the last of the zucchini today.  It’s been a prolific season.

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Catching Rays

Usually, Maggie and Alby ( ayup, I name all my sea loving buddies) come to greet me when I’m out there paddling around and swim along side of me.  I bring them frozen mackerel.  Yesterday, was a lazy one for them though….  they just wanted to loll about catching the rays, awaiting the outgoing tide.

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Irma’s Wrath

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Such a beautiful morning here in Maine that it’s hard to believe there is so much destruction going on to the far south of us. Mother Nature is on a rampage and yet, we are blessed with blue skies, sunshine, and safety. Home is dusty and dishes need to be done, but in the scheme of things…. thankfully intact and I am truly grateful…. while seeking ways to help my loved ones and dear friends down in harm’s way.
Hold on tight WPB ❤ 😦 Prayers coming your way. Be safe! Bet you readers feel the same.

Calm Before the Storm

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Little Peeker

TBT… our little Willy. He could always find the damndest of places to hide. 🙂

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Sand dollars

I’ve been a collector of sand dollars for as far back as I can remember. All shapes and sizes. All shades of colors, from chocolate brown alive, to slate gray to bleached out white, or ecru in color from the clam flats.  From Maine, to the gulf coast of Florida, to the Carolina’s. In the water, alive… and dead basking along the shores. They’re just treasures to me to find. Mystical, fragile and historical and simply lovely.

But no matter where I’ve collected them… by far my fave spot is out on Goose Rocks. So after our storm blew out to sea yesterday I went on my walk and collected more of my treasures from the sea, until the sun began to rise.

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