Heading out into the fog before it burns all the way off

We’ve had a lot of foggy mornings here this summer with gorgeously warm, sunny days. I especially love these days when we can get out on the boat to a nearby island. Even though we were sharing the beach this day with some young people camping, it always feels good to get away from the bustle of town.

Hayden and Mama taking the dingy out for a spin Crabby

Lily was eager to push her comfort zone a little wider and jump off the top of this big rooty driftwood, like she did the last time we were here. It took a couple of tries to get the courage and hearing my words that if she isn’t comfortable, than she probably shouldn’t before she was sure it wasn’t as scary as she initially thought it was.

Can you see the moon in the sky, just above where the clouds meet the tree tops?

Kitson Island

Leify has grown and changed a lot in the last few months. He’s more capable of exploring away from his mama. He’s really growing up! I’m enjoying watching him search, examine and play while every once and a while looking up to see where I am.

Lucy is getting bigger too! She’s always eager to be in the middle of what’s going on.

Big Sky Lucy in the moat

It took a while for the fog to fully burn off. I loved the mistiness of it in the pictures.

The sun is getting hotter

The good dog. My baby carrying Lucy Baby

I love the sparkle in the sand. That’s the corner of my beach towel in the below photo where I spent some good time just laying, soaking up the sun. Living up here on the north coast, I have to take it when I can get it!

From where I lay

Blue bird day. Lily made a little fort in Keith’s sand castle with all kinds of nooks and crannies to hide her treasures. I could definitely enjoy more days like this.

The Fort

Sidways Glance

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3 Responses to “Live In the Sunshine, Swim In The Sea, Drink The Wild Air.”

  1. k says:

    i’d love to explore this beach with you someday – what a dreamy spot. i was down on the south island this week and got to see some good fog – always so beautiful, especially when it starts to burn off.

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