Tuesday, 3 November 2009

Fall?

A short ride had family OTW sitting here having lunch today whilst watching dolphins and seals at play in the waves outside.After lunch I spent some time on the neighbouring beach playing in the waves with an excited and adventurous Princess OTW whilst the rest of the family enjoyed the respectable 80 degree sunshine.....the nagging guilt at the thought of my chaps at home labouring away in howling gales was quickly put to rest with another batch of cinnamon ice cream...sorry chaps.

11 comments:

Vinogirl said...

I think it's scheduled to rain Bommy Night though :(

James Higham said...

"Respectable" sunshine - like it.

Trubes said...

Oh, How lovely...sigh...
At least it's not raining here today!

di.x

monkey said...

will someone be missing bommie night?

i hope ther was no mist on the beach.

Tuscan Tony said...

Is that your holiday cottage Thud? I go weak at the knees just thinking of your windowcleaning bill.

If not, then it looks like something to do with Hearst.

Thud said...

TT..our home here rather more humble but seeings as everybody lives outside it is more about outdoor space than anything elase.Quite a few of these hearst like buildings in the Bay area.

DirtCrashr said...

Ah the old Cliff House and Sutro Baths - that one went up in a spectacular blaze but "The Plunge" remained intact. My dad swam in those steam-heated fresh and ocean waters.
Still, the re-built smaller version Cliff House makes a very good Bloody Mary.

Thud said...

DC...the baths remind me of some by my home in England,a bracing swim in cold seawater was considered the manly thing to do!

Tim Leatherbarrow said...

BASTARD!!!!!!.....IT'S ASOLUTLY HAMMERING DOWN HERE, COULDNT EVEN LET THE DOG OUT, SO HE PEE'ED IN THE KITCHEN, HE'S A BASTARD AS WELL, I'M SURROUNDED BY BASTARDS, AAARRRGHHH!
TIM XXXX

Thud said...

Tim...I now feel smugger than ever.

Blue Eyes said...

Sounds lovely. Don't be surprised to find a good chunk of the British Blogosphere on your doorstep at some point!

This is evidence of climate change since Mark Twain's time.