A trip to the beach

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9 Responses to A trip to the beach

  1. Kelly says:

    I love the clip! What was she looking at with such excitement?

    • Vince says:

      Birds. Zillions of them. She spins like a ballerina with excitement every time we go to that strand. There is the devil of a backwash and so no kids. And the bottom is like dragons teeth so no gits on surfboards.

  2. Kimberly says:

    Mmmmmm, I love those beachy sounds. She was having a blast. And what a good listener. I’m fearful to let mine off the leash – too many cars and people to chase. Surfboards? What?!?!

    • Vince says:

      Yeah, surfboards. It took us bloody long enough. For the past ten years or so there has been a German discounter shop like your Walmart that caused the insane cost of wetsuits to get affordable. That was the only issue preventing the Irish from the Atlantic. So now that we don’t sing soprano with our balls vanishing into our bellies anytime we get within two miles of the coast. We’ve found we’re quite good at this surfing lark.

  3. R. Sherman says:

    Beautiful shots.

    What was the temp? I imagine your beaches get pretty nippy in the winter, or does the gulf stream ameliorate the temps a lot?


    • Vince says:

      Surprisingly no. It’s one of the plus if one can consider never having a summer all while being at the conjunction of the NAD and storm systems keeps the temp range relative narrow. Most days on the coast would not be below 12′ in Jan nor above 22′ in July.

  4. Crystal says:

    Ahhh. Soothing. Peaceful. I would love a trip to the beach. I’m terrified of the ocean when swimming in it. But I appreciate her majesty.

    • Vince says:

      Where did this come from. Sorry about that Crystal. And yeah ‘tiz big right enough. Bigger really for it seems when you look out to sea that the distance is higher than you.

  5. Rebecca S. says:

    Your sea dog in action! Very cute.

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