Friday, January 6, 2017

Dreaded Florida Beach Scene

Greetings from the Hermit Writer. You're still with me, huh. You must love puppies. I've got more for you.

This pup was hot... "I'll just stay here in the shade, Mom."

The Gulf water was about 76 degrees...so pretty nice.

Nice place to sit and not think too hard.

What a cute pup

Our new pup looks like he has some of this guy's genes

Egrets watching fisherman (off camera) intently


11 comments:

  1. Adorable pups and beach scenes. Woke up to minus 18.5 C this morning!

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  2. The first dog has the right idea. Great herons (egretss?) too.

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  3. Empecemos a disfrutar de las pequeñas cosas, así podremos hacer grandes planes para nuestra vida. ¡Este año 2017 será nuestro. Levantemos nuestra copa y brindemos por los que están, por los que ya se fueron y por los que vendrán a nuestras vidas. FELIZ AÑO A TODOS Dejemos pues que este año se marche, y recibamos el nuevo año con entusiasmo, con tolerancia y sobre todo con mucho amor. Gracias por celebrar-lo un año mas conmigo. Elracodeldetall.blogspot.com

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  4. Just lovely. Staying in the shade (or the water) sounds good to me.

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  5. 76 degree water? I'd swim in that :)
    Gorgeous puppies.

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  6. ...a tad warmer than here!

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  7. Oh my Minnesota could use a few of your degrees right now! Brrr!

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  8. i like the sparkle of the water and the egrets - yours are so friendly!!!!

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  9. Oh--what cute photos of 'pups' all look very happy even the one in the shade--good photos-
    a bit on the cool side for me today and I see that Sunday on this coast at least it is going to be really chilly-59 high for the day--but then up north where I moved from 18 months ago--for the next 5 days at least--the high will only be 25--and we won't go to how low the nights are going!!!!
    Enjoy the moment-di

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  10. Lovely pics but I'd be like that dog in the first shot....looking for shade.

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