Beautiful. I wouldn't mind having a room right on the water.
What kind of net is that? I'd love to spend the afternoon there! Have a great weekend!
@ Ciel - It appears the net has been inadvertently dragged out of position...it's used to define the swimming area so that boats stay out. And it is a nice place to spend an afternoon.You have a great weekend, too!
Ah, I was going to ask about the floats but ciel beat me to it and you graciously answered by the time I got to my computer. It's gray and rainy here in New England today. That beach, and those flowers, are welcome sights.
OH I'd like to be on the Gulf coast dipping my toes in the water right about now!
Pretty! I can understand why condos here are expensive. Is it too cold to go swimming?
This does look terribly inviting and very lazy. We could all use a bit of downtown right there, right now. Why not rent the place on the point for a long weekend and we all show up. BOB of course...you'll provide the 20 lbs. of fried shrimp! Right?
Where are the lifeguard stands??! I heard that Pamela Anderson was a lifeguard there, non?
surf city....well almost
Altough there are many houses, the place looks quiet. Lovely!
@ Hilda - Well, the water is cooling down. Once we have temps in the 50s at night and 70s during the day, swimming gets a little iffy.
What a lovely beach. Appears the tide is out a bit. So clean and white. MB
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