This part of the lake could use a good storm to clear the weeds.
By the end of December, this area will all be cleared.
Hubby and I walked to the beach this morning, the waves beckoning.
This was the scene this morning, twelve hours after the first big Pacific storm hit land and winds clocked in at 60+ at Cape Blanco.
This morning, the sun was shining, and we combed the beaches as the surf pounded in the distance, collected agates, small, irridescent stones barely visible among the tiny pebbles, as dog owners chased their pooches on the sand.
My Hubby found a good place to sit.
Tonight, there is another high wind advisory. From November to June, we get out and walk whenever we can, whenever the rain is mild and the winds are not ferocious.
By January, cabin fever sets in. Then, we drive down to California to visit our relatives and soak up more sunshine.