Tag Archives: beach

Yoga

I was alone in the early morning, taking a leisurely stroll along the shores of Lake Michigan.  I heard the voice long before I saw it.  The voice was powerful, commanding, authoritative, demanding … everything I was trying to escape … Continue reading

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Pretty Girls

One of the things I most enjoyed during the week at South Haven, was spending quality time with my grandkids.  Generally, they are so busy with other activities at home, especially the older ones, that I’m lucky to get a … Continue reading

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Beach Walk

“Early Sunday morning, a perfect time for a leisurely stroll on the beach.  My first impression of South Haven, Michigan when I arrived last night was this is a busy resort town.  The beach was packed, people everywhere: swimming, inner … Continue reading

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Bubble Bath

Small waves rolled in on a regular basis as if controlled by a metronome.  Gentle waves, lazy enough to loll you to sleep in a beach chair, just loud enough to encourage day dreams.  A cloudless day and gently breeze … Continue reading

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Swim Shoes

In the middle of winter, when its below zero outside, and you haven’t seen the sun in days, you pine for warmer weather and try to remember fun at the beach. Thought for the Day:  What good is the warmth … Continue reading

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Fuddy Duddies

My camera club has a monthly photo contest and one of the categories is “Creative”, where no limits are imposed on digital manipulation.  As the club rules state, “…for those who dare to explore the experimental and creative forms of … Continue reading

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Trash and Treasure

The definition of “ocean” is: “a large body of water”, and it has many parallels with the human body.  A living thing, the ocean has a pulse; the tide comes in, the tide goes out, in a never-ending cycle that … Continue reading

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