|a favorite pictures of my boy|
The weather here in Florence has evidently been stellar. None of the usual fog and drizzle, just cool, sunny days, the temperature doesn't vary much from day to night. Windy, though....very windy.
|our sunny morning coffee spot|
|we have to dress in layers to keep warm, but its worth it to have another coffee outside|
|Dave managed to catch both the chickadee and the nuthatch at the feeder.|
At this rate, we'll be out of seed soon!
We wore hooded sweatshirts and our winter jackets and were nice and toasty in the strong wind. When we tired of walking and throwing the ball, we sat on a log and just enjoyed the view. Sasha settled down beside us and Lewis played ball with himself. He's so funny to watch, kicking the ball (and sand) out behind himself, then racing after it, then repeating the whole thing. On and on he goes, until we decide its time to leave.
We made plans to meet Jesse and Erin at the Waterfront Depot at 7:30 tonight and we had things to do before then.
|Florence from the river|
|the undulating dunes fascinate me|
|high tide along the Suislaw River as viewed from our campground|
|the same view at lower tide as the sun begins to set|
Maybe tomorrow (or the next day) we'll get down to that river beach to see what it looks like at low tide. Always an interesting time to walk.
I had a quick conversation with niece Lisa when we got home. She's fine, recovering from a nasty cold and almost finished getting the new house whipped into shape. Then Dave spoke at length with JAD. She's on her first RV trip in the east and enjoying the experience (and the lobster's!).