Or watching someone else watching someone fly a kite.
Kites are just fun. Ask Charlie Brown, who season after tree-knotted season, continues to bring out the paper, wood and string to try again for that lofty moment of flying freedom.
No kites for sale around you? Make your own. It's a good project, especially if kids are involved. This is a great page to get started. It includes links to free ebooks, videos and instructions for tons of different kites. Ok, not tons. But 27 kinds of kites is a lot. Trust me, she said.
What else was going on in the land of warm days and cool nights where pajamas feel cozy but a fire would be too much?
|The lumber yard here is huge and full of all sorts of unlumberyardish things. Like deer.|
|And old trucks.|
|And giant tree stumps (the little girl is not for sale)|
|There was once a garden nursery here too. This is from those days.|
If I liked cold weather, I'd try to get it started again. It's tempting.
|We cross land and wade along carefully on mossy rocks|
|A view of the lighthouse and campground from the road above|
|A Sunrader Toyota motorhome. Yes, I confess, I lusted in my heart.|
Please don't tell the Turtle.
|It's like the headland at Flamenco x 87%|
|I'm as tall as Elijah!!!|
Good night, Shelter Cove. We'll be back.
I noticed I'm starting to write like I talk to The Girl. Oops.
Have a tender Thursday. Do something tradingly.