A Crone’s Coast on 11/28/14


Weather for the Thanksgiving holiday was outstanding with sunny clear skies and mild and pleasant temperatures.  For us on the coast it is this perfect fall weather that makes us glad we stuck it out through the hell-hot summer.  Night rewards us with the mystery of moonlight cascading down on water as smooth as sea  glass.

The day after Thanksgiving Grandson, taking a break from college, took these photos as he rode his bike along the bay.  I could not resist sharing part of my Texas coast as I have much to be thankful for this holiday season.

THANKS ALL WHO VISIT MY BLOG AND SOMETIMES LEAVE A NOTE!

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FISHING PIER

 

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BEACH VEGETATION

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RIG UNDER CONSTRUCTION

CHEERS FROM THE COAST!
THANKS TO GRANDSON FOR ALLOWING ME TO SHARE HIS PHOTOS TAKEN WITH HIS PHONE.

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34 thoughts on “A Crone’s Coast on 11/28/14

  1. It still always amazes me as I have many blogging friends across the USA. How vast your country is.. and how variant is your weather.. While in NY blizzards and record snow storms have been happening..

    These views are stunning.. I am so pleased you enjoyed your thanksgiving.. and the weather.
    Sending you a virtual Hug across the Pond.. And may you have a Peaceful week..
    Love and Blessings
    Sue xox

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  2. I often take it for granted but I enjoy the openness and being near something so eternal and yet very connected to the world as I see the ships come and go. It is excellent for birding. Thanks for stopping by to view my coast!

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  3. I love our Texas coast, it is beautiful, even the rigs add a strange beauty though I wish they would stop building them. North Texas was also wonderful for Thanksgiving, though we have now dropped our pretense at Autumn and are now back down in the thirties. Truly I miss South Texas.

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  4. I am always curious about how and where my dear friends live. It is thrilling to look at the gorgeous photographs of your coast line Jo Nell, and to read about your pleasant weather. November and early December is monsoon time here on the West Coast. Torrential rains turn the grass thick, velvety and green and my hair frizzy. XXOO V.

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    • It is fun to see how our friends live far away – rather like cyber-travel. I can imagine your coast in the monsoon lush and green and your making the best of your frizzy hair and cooking something divine in the kitchen. it is so good to hear from you! Hugs!

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