Well! If the kids can have their spring break than so can we…even if it was just an over-nighter. An offer to join friends at a cabin right on the ocean’s edge was far too good to decline. There’s still the dreaded virus among us but our friends are part of our consistent ten-person bubble and we felt good supporting a local sea-side resort.
We have so many treasures to explore near by and this one was no exception. Last time we had visitors from away, what now seems like a life-time ago, we drove here for a bite, a sip of wine and a tour of a local sculpture garden. Even on the edge of winter it was spectacular.
We lounged in the ‘bunny’ chairs and soaked up the warm sunshine for a brief while then walked the expanse of white sandy beach.
This time we stayed in a seaside cottage and at night I opened the bedroom window and the soothing sounds of waves lulled us to sleep.
And of course the bunnies were ever present following us and begging for treats.
A warm afternoon sunset and chilled bubbly on the balcony of our cabin with our friends was the perfect way to welcome spring.
Thanks for stopping by. We have our first camping expedition coming in a few weeks so check back with us to see how we transition from time away on the water to time away by the water. How hard could it be?
Peace and love….
Enjoy. Place looks great and relaxing.
P.S. We are in mourning this a.m. My favourite, “Michel Louvain, passed away last night.
What a nice gentleman.
Thanks Dorian. I didn’t know who Michel Louvain was so I ‘googled’ him. Quite a handsome man with a great voice! And guess what came up in my search?..a video from the Gala des Splendeurs 1958…Michel Louvain and F’s beautiful momma standing in the background as queen of the year! He enters the stage, bows to Queen B then begins to sing.
Stay well/…. K xoxo