We drove from Chicago to New York to surprise my parents on their 59th wedding anniversary and, to enjoy Thanksgiving with them, and, of course, to go to the shore.
And so we say goodbye to this sunset sail series on the harbor… doesn’t it feel like… I mean sometimes… like we’re always saying goodbye…
This could serve as a companion image to my previous post. It was fun to see the seagulls enjoying the sunset.
A clear, beautiful ending to a clear beautiful day at Jones Beach.
I am back home in New York visiting my family. Always glad to be able to head back to the shore.
These are taken at Robert Moses State Park.
The Robert Moses Causeway is named after the urban master builder, Robert Moses, who is responsible for much of what life looks like in New York: highways, suburbs and, state parks.
Or, what I saw when I turned around.
A colorful shore for this post. It’s hard to put into words how much I miss the shore and, how peaceful it is for me to be there. Looking forward to my next visit.