Not even many birds out on chilly, windy days like this. I took the picture shortly before the spring breakers showed up so now there are a few brave young souls on the sand. I’m sorry their big event isn’t more fun this year.
I thought I should mention that Goo Foffing season is at hand. Judging from the increased e-mail activity from anonymous senders lately, I think it could begin quite soon.
For the uninitiated, goo foffing refers to the general state of setting aside a certain amount of the day (= 24 hours) to enjoy life, listen to the waves, and forget to wait until 5:00.
I will maintain the usual 6:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. working hours and remain in touch as usual. But goo foffing season has a way of playing occasional tricks on schedules and good intentions.
May the turtles be with you.
I noticed this lizard yesterday near where we were sitting. See anything unusual about it?
It’s in the process of growing a new tail. I’d say this little creature has recently had a close encounter that cost its dignity and half a tail.
Today is the first day of an official goo foffing period. Most of you know the drill by now. I might not be in touch as often as usual and I might be guilty of letting my mind out of the wheel more often to wonder about other things. I’ll still report to work each morning at 6:00, but little gets done after other folks start stirring for the day.
I’ll post some pictures so you’ll know I’m out and about. If my posts fall off, please make yourselves at home browsing through some of the past posts. Stay safe and be well.