Oops, should read Genoa.
Morning HT (09.47 here) we're 43miles from our nearest beach so it takes approximately an hour depending on traffic.There's quite a crisp feel to the air this morning - nothing like the 27degrees in Genova!
Hi Audrey --How long does it take you to go to a beach from your house?It takes me 5 minutes by car.
Gert, Janey and HT all your fruit and nut produce sounds wonderful - nothing like that where I live unless they're in specially heated greenhouses.HT sounds like the introduction to a good book......
Oooh, cheeky! You know we will all be checking out the time-lapse tomorrow ; )
Sorry I got nosy today and watched a romantic scene on the beach …two sunners next to each other ,the girl was sitting ,the young man was laying.... just looking at each other for awhile , but the man was looking more (as usual is ) but never talked….Suddenly the girl got up wore her clothes took the thrower went to the left(toward the alley) …after two minutes the young man rapidly got up took the blanket went to the left while he was nude… (the bell was chiming 3 times)......FINE(THE END)..
Lynnae - Thank you for that link and the new view of this beach!
Hi Ryan -- I've driven the bridge lots of times, but it makes me nervous :) Having a nice house to stay in makes a big difference. You can stay away from the crowds. Enjoy those crabs on the porch! Looking at this rocky little patch is fun -- these folks are making the best of what they have, including the "unfinished" pink house :)
LOL.. 4 people passed out on the beach;)...two in the fetal position... Morning dogs are running ... Getting FUNNY!!!
I'm starting to view the unfinished patch as a perfect beauty mark...it just makes it look finished!
Janey..I'm driving .. 66 to 495..to 50.. East.. He just want's to do the bridge. Chilling.. Either way! My in laws have a super nice house:) I like it quiet..... Maryland Blue Crabs on a balcony.
Hi Gert -- I love ANY kind of cherry but the dark bing are my favorites. Our local store had them yesterday. Oh, my, they were beautiful and so delicious. I put some up in brandy once, but they are best just fresh. Growing up, our neighbors had a sour cherry tree and they were heavenly when we could steal some :)) Those are best in pies, though. If I lived where they were grown, I would have to go into the orchard! Lucky you.
Lyanne, thanks for GOGLE link.. it was working fine for me and gives me a whole new perspective on that little slice of camera eye we all view here.
Janey, Are you talking about OUR wonderful Rainier Cherries?