Seawalk-ing

I stayed in yesterday as it just poured and poured and poured, but this afternoon the rain finally stopped and blue sky started to peak from the clouds. I bundled up against a blustery wind and went for a short walk of a couple blocks along the Sea Walk that passes in front of the house. Β It’s going to be a great place to go biking and running; my only quibble is that crossing the highway can take forever!

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4 Comments

  • I had to open the pic on the statue to get it fully, but except that the companion should have been modeled after Neelix or Tabitha, I see the attraction to it. LOL

    It is similar to my Aunt’s place, also across the highway from an awesome ocean view a bit further south of you. If you have to endure winter with wet and bits of snow, you picked a swell way to do it!! Enjoy it.

  • Hey, I missed this comment! πŸ™

    Accurate thought in regards to the statue. πŸ™‚

    And swell is a good word here, as in the swelling wells. πŸ™‚

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