The Beach House: A Bed & Breakfast by the Sea
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Oh my - today has been so busy that I hope I don't leave anything out! First, we went to the Gulf State Park Pier, which is approximately a quarter of a mile long. Quite a hike to the end of that thing, and back. Josh made pix of Larry and me in about the same place we made pix on our honeymoon, in 1989. ('Cept that Hurricane Ivan blew the old pier away, and this is the bigger, stronger version.) We saw people with the most incredible rigs of ...
... that the dragonfly wasn't about to let me get HIS butterfly! Never thought much about what dragonflies eat. Now we know at least ONE item on their diets.
We went back to the other side of the swamp, and got a couple of good pix of George. We won't tell him, but I think Carl is a much handsomer bird!
The two intrepid fishermen went down to the beach and tried surf fishing. I stayed a little while and ...
We had planned to visit Fort Morgan today, but had somewhere else to go first. A church five miles from the Plantation was having a yard sale! Josh got two shirts, a pair of jeans, and a laundry bag. I got five tops. Four of these tops fit, and one is TOO BIG. I knew it would be too big, but just couldn't resist it, because it reminded me of the recent odyssey of two dear friends. Phil and Caroll, could I have ...
... This bird is NOT shy. We both were making photos of it as we walked closer, expecting it to become alarmed and fly away. Not. By the way, Josh has named this bird Carl.
Tomorrow, we're going to a yard sale at a big church about five miles up the road from the Gulf Shores Plantation. YAY for yard sales! (Although I fear that a yard sale here will be very much like one at home. I'd like to find beachy stuff.)
The Feast of Tabernacles has come and gone, along with the Last Great Day. It's marvelous to think of what it all pictures and to dream of what's to come. How wonderful it is to know that we have a Creator who has our best intentions in mind, and keeps His promises.
As with every year, we packed up our vehicles and headed toward our temporary dwellings. This year held a new experience and test of faith for me, my husband and our 18 month old daughter. Our car ...