Just Another Day at the Beach
This morning, after a heavy and dark night the last remaining RVer left the beach. That left us alone with the sounds of the ocean, the wind in the grass and 5 miles of brilliant, untamed coastline. It’s spectacular and just so darn fabulous that we’ve extended our stay. In fact, we’ve completely re-routed the next week of our itinerary so that we can soak up every last ounce of the wild beauty here. After all, that’s what the freedom of RVing is all about. You travel the land in search of gems, and when nature hands you those moments, you just gotta take advantage of them.
So today we’ll hang out here and revel in our solitude. We’ve had a day and a half of cloud-cover, but we should see some clear sky this afternoon with which to juice up the batteries. And personally, I just love the changing moods of the place. Sand, cloud and ocean are all such expressive creatures. At times they appear calm and inviting, the rhythm of the ocean lulling and singing a meditative balm to the senses. Other times they will rage and froth, grey sky moulding into grey ocean lashing white peaks of anger at the beach. And on days like today, where the mist hangs in heavy purpose over the sand, they appear mysterious and deep, enclosing you in a thick embrace that turns your thoughts inwards.
Yes indeed. It may be just another day at the beach, but it’s a whole new day in nature and there’s no telling what she’ll share with us today.