Five Senses Monday {8}

Good morning, everyone. I got home last night from four days of camping at Dillon Beach. I wanted to share one picture this morning: it’s of one of my favorite little campers on the beach and its little yard. I love the mountains in the background — and the way I can so easily see myself living there. I tried to blog last night and keep up with the August Break, but my Internet service and WordPress seem to have gotten into a war while I was away.

I’m off again very soon to the other direction of the state — out of the state, really — to Reno. My friend’s in a wedding later this afternoon and I offered to drive her in my hopefully-more-reliable car. Our other friend is tagging along, too, so we’re going to pass some time at a few slot machines and maybe a bookstore or cafe. She just returned from backpacking Eastern Europe yesterday morning, so I know there are lots and lots of stories that I can’t wait to hear.

And now, it’s time for Five Senses Friday, where I reflect on the weekend through, well, five senses.

Tasting:

Fresh clam chowder from a balcony hanging over Tomales Bay.

Hearing:

Loose tent fabric slapping together in the harsh night wind.

Seeing:

Shabby beach homes that call to me and tell me to live there and make them cute.

Feeling:

Tired, though give me an hour and I’ll be ready to get on the road again.

Smelling:

I’m not smelling a skunked dog this year. Success. (It happened last year, and it was awful).

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One Response to Five Senses Monday {8}

  1. akshay says:

    god! the pic is,.. so wonderful! something i love about it which i can’t express. maybe its everything about it.
    thanks a lot for sharing. 🙂

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