Today, however, we left PaPa's Caddy at home and went for our Sunday drive on our bikes. With a beautiful breeze coming off the water, it was nice and cool. Thank you polar vortex. We drove into the country for a ways before heading to Sherod Park. It's a beautiful park right on the water. We like to go down to the small beach to look for beach glass.
If you look way off to the horizon maybe you can just make out the sailboats. There were so many, but my camera on my phone can't zoom in that close.
After we parked our bikes against the tree we walked out to the beach. There were people swimming to the right so naturally we went to the left. There's a tiny stream of water we jumped across before getting to the other side of the beach.
The beach was made up of piles and piles of shells. That's why most people swim on the other side where there's more sand. I like to hear the crunch crunch of shells beneath my sandals.
Trees get washed ashore here.
I love how this beach is pretty much untouched.
It looks like someone tried to have a bonfire with this one.
This would make a lovely spot to rest in the shade and look out at the water.
Doesn't it look like it's pointing out to the water? The roots were the only thing left from the rest of the tree.
Matt and I miss having our boat. We'd be out there for sure if we still had it.
I just love, love, love the panoramic feature on my phone!
Once we arrived at home I just couldn't go back in the house so I brought out my beach blanket and sat down on the grass to weave in the ends of my ripple blanket. I've been working on this one since Christmas break. It fits my queen size bed. All I have yet to do is crochet the border.
What a beautiful day. Thanks for sharing it with me.