Thursday, September 2, 2010

Where Am I?



This weather is SO unlike anything I have ever experienced around here.


I'm not whining about it, just scratching my head.


So to try to get cooled off a bit, yesterday (probably today too), we headed out earlier than usual to look for some relief. And we found it.....






The water was like being in Bermuda......warm.






When we got to the small river-beach, we headed right in!




Sophie was in heaven and cooling off a bit.


We brought lots of water with us and had to hang the bags in dead, fallen trees because Sophie loves to dig holes by our 'stuff'.......always.






Got these shots while sitting on a log looking out into the river and ocean.








If Hurricane Earl does visit us  Friday night and Saturday morning, I'm sure that in the process the air will be cleared and it'll feel more like September weather here in the Maritimes.




Then I'll remember where I am!







13 comments:

  1. The weather sure has been unusual! We have been promised temps in the 80s for a few days, (the norm) I can hardly wait! Yep, one way or another, Earl should clear the air for you. Good luck with that!

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  2. Unfortunately, I don't know a lot about numerology -- just some really basic stuff as it relates to tarot. If you're near Halifax, you might inquire about a good numerology book at Little Mysteries bookstore. Or check out the llewellyn.com website -- they're a leading publisher of esoteric books. Sorry can't be of more help!

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  3. Looks like a lovely place to take a swim.

    I just checked CBC and you have a 50% chance of a direct hit on Nova Scotia. Please batten those hatches and stay safe. And, let us know, as soon as you can, that you guys, and Sophie, are OK.

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  4. When I read your headline on my blog I thought, "Well, I hope he's making preparations for Earl!" and then there you are skinny dipping in that nice warm water!

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  5. It's kinda kewl that the water will get warm there too. Here in Michigan it's all fresh water and it's all cold. Which will definately cool you off on a hot day.
    BTW - It's a little known fact that my first name is Earl. I've never gone by that name, but all those that know, are blaming me for this storm coming. I just want to say that I had nothing to do with it. I am sending a cold front your way as we speek to try and keep it off shore though.
    Best of Luck

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  6. You are fortunate (as am I) to have ready access to water. Don't you feel badly for those who are land-locked?

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  7. It's cool here today, and was in the mid 40s last night. Fall is in the air.
    You guys stay safe.

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  8. Here's hoping Earl doesn't come in too strong there.
    Like these photographs.

    I mentioned Peggy's Cove Lighthouse. The day that we were there it was sunny and we were able to walk on the rocks out to it.

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  9. Is this the calm before the storm?? It looks beautiful, no wonder you took a dip!
    Thanks for stopping by my place, it's always nice to meet another blogger...take care and watch out for Earl.

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  10. Warm weather indeed here in New England too. Hopefully Earl won't do both of us too much harm.

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  11. I'm so glad that suffocating airmass has gone. We had 6 days over 30 degrees. Yuk! looks like Earl was a good boy. Hope you weathered it well. Have fun in PEI!

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  12. Don't knock the weather. If it didn't change once in a while, nine out of ten people couldn't start a conversation.
    Kin Hubbard (1868 - 1930)

    Seriously, hope nothing comes of it all!

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