Sister Lorin was visiting last week and she took this picture at sunset from our deck.
Filed under Neighborhoods, Riverside, Waterfront
That’s very nice.
I always thought that to really enjoy those low, muddy areas, you’d have to develop a keen interest in tidal marine life – grass and snails, etc. Doesn’t seem to be an interest of yours, but you seem to enjoy the area nonetheless. De gustibus non est disputandum.
In fact, one of the pleasures of low tide on the creek is watching egrets and blue herons stalk those hermit crabs, snails and minnows, but you’re right; its a matter of personal preference, and if someone wants to stay indoors watching American Idol, who am I to gainsay him?
Life on the New England bayou. Thanks for sharing.
What a surprise- picture taken at high tide!
How can you afford that view as an internet blogger? Is your sister illegally subletting? Are the utilities in Walt’s name?
The public deserves to know.
I’m friends with Peter Tesei’s wife
I thought it was the food stamps.
Those, and the counterfeit beach cards we print in the basement
“Everybody in Greenwich got Tesei phone, keep Tesei in President, you know? Fountain? He sucks! Bad!”
Beautiful spot! You were very lucky to grow up there!!
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