It was a beautiful day for a walk, sort of a preemptive strike before the excessive caloric intake to come later in the afternoon. I took these photos with my iPod, because I didn’t feel like weighing myself down with the big camera.
On my way to the beach, I passed yet another ridiculously big (and out of place) house being built. These behemoths are destroying the neighborhood.
Look carefully at the center of the above photo and see the dot that is a man swimming. He was wearing a wetsuit, and it looked like he was having a blast in the waves.
Dogs kept arriving with their families, delirious to be on the beach. I wonder of these dogs have ever seen a beach before. They sure were excited.
Here’s a shot looking back at the parking lot. They are still shoveling up all the sand that washed over during Hurricane Sandy and pushing it back on the beach.
And here’s some of the sand that’s been returned to the beach. It’ll take a while to settle and pack down.
I had to take a picture of one of our neighbors’ trees, a locust. The branches looked really gnarled in the November light.
Happy Thanksgiving to my American readers, and best wishes and sincere thanks for reading to my friends in other countries.
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