Thursday, September 1, 2011

Rivers and Oceans!


Today we paddled down Narrow river and into the entrance to the bay and the ocean beyond.
We of course stopped at the beach on the point and just looked at the ocean, I am not up to ocean paddling and I need a better kayak for that;)

It was a beautiful day, but warmer than I thought, so another tired night, but that is good.
I want to take advantage of having fun paddling, while Bill is home, so not much sewing and I will be postponing the review until Tuesday. Not only can you hear about a wonderful quilt program, but get a chance to win your own copy.

Coming out of the river area towards the outlet to the bay.
Lots of birds were enjoying the weather, I am sure they are glad the storm is over, too.



I found a friend. He seems to know the sound of a potato chip bag opening;)



We went out at high tide and within the hour, the tide started going out and it was fast. I was standing in the water up to my waist and then felt a drop and the water was at my hips. The water rushes so fast in this area, that everyone was having fun drifting from one end to the other shallows. Out boat was up to the water when we came in, the ones on the far left.



This is looking out to the entrance or exit, depending on which way you are going;) Keep going and you are in the Atlantic Ocean.



A look down the beach, the main beach is at the far end. Lots of people enjoying walking out to this area, but not too many, so it is a great place to sit and relax.



My version of Footprints in the Sand;)



Coming back was tougher, the tide was going out and we were going in. I decided to head straight back instead of paddling in the coves, my body was letting me know, enough was enough. I think this house has seen it's day.

11 comments:

Terry said...

I just have to tell you how much I enjoy all your beautiful photos! Seeing them is almost like being there! :0)

Anna said...

I swear seagulls can hear a person burp on the other side of the world! love photos of old houses.

Allie said...

I love your kayaking adventures - and your pics are great, congrats on the new camera! Looks like it takes great pics!

Courtney said...

I love that little house, even though it's seen better days!

moosecraft said...

Thanks for taking us along on your visits to the beach! It's very relaxing! :-)

acorn hollow said...

Sounds like fun and I am with courtney I love the little house.
My daughter went to URI and her off campus house her junior and senior year was a beach house. She loved the area.
Cathy

~Madalynne~ said...

Beautiful photos! And I sincerely believe seagulls think people are vending machines :)

Kathy (woolfind) said...

I agree with Sharon, pictures are very relaxing. thanks for sharing!

Libby said...

Wouldn't it be wonderful if that house could tell us its story?

Joanne said...

Love the beachy pics!

TheCrankyCrow said...

Oh I LOVE that house....What a fascinating area you live in....to see and feel the tides change like that must be incredible....Happy Friday....Smiles & Hugs ~ Robin