Monday, October 10, 2011

Walking and Dying in the Sun!

Yes, I had to enjoy one more day out in this beautiful weather. It was warm again, but at least the breezes kept me cooler this time.

I hope you enjoy my walk at Rome Point. It is a wonderful area to walk, trails in the woods and walks on the beaches and coves, so a lot of scenic variety.

Low tide is a great time to go clamming.

The coves are beautiful this time of year and the seagulls were all enjoying a swim in the inlets.

This guy was enjoying a walk on the rocky shores, looking for clams to open. I think he was hoping we would toss him a snack.

Enjoy a short sail on the bay with me.
If you click on the utube icon, you can get a larger version.

I had some extra java solution, so I left it in a pan on the porch. The sun is evaporating the liquids which draws the colors into the cloth. Hopefully it will also set, well enough to stay on when I wash it.


Allie said...

I LOVE your pics of the coast. And the movie. I might have to play it over and over and

TheCrankyCrow said...

Never get tired of looking at your scenery my friend... Smiles & Hugs ~ Robin

moosecraft said...

Beautiful! I'd be there every day! :-)

acorn hollow said...

Love your pictures and the material.
my daughter went to URI and her off campus housing was a beach house. On weekends like this she would tell me how wonderful it was to walk the beaches.

Kathy (woolfind) said...

Beautiful scenery! Hope you share a photo of the material after washed. It looks cool!

Anna said...

Ahhhh, I am looking at your photos with a pouty face!!! rain all week here in town which mean snow in the vicariously through your photos!

Soggibottom said...

Thanks Debbie, as much as I love to see pics, sometimes there is nothing like setting the real mood. You need a video too :-)
Trouble is trying to find a little red dog who will keep still enough to do one lately this end :-)
x x x

~Madalynne~ said...

You're so fortunate to have such beautiful scenery nearby ~ lovely way to spend the day.

Ruth said...

Gorgeous photos!

Barbara Strobel Lardon said...

Loved the scenery as well as sailing with you! :)