that's true and sound truckdura parked at our own private beach. the sun was to die for.
here's one side of our private beach with the reef.
here's looking at the other side.
here's looking out a little farther.
the water was absolutely freezing...our friend captain crunch would have been crying.
not us - we love the freezing ocean water in august. look at those beautiful waves!
her's me - wif my noo teefs...and wearing a bathing suit only for this picture.
that bathing suit came off seconds after the picture. jambaloney wore his bathing suit to drive down to the beach and took it off seconds later. here he is naked fishing.
and naked swimming - it's the only way we swim!
he loves swimming in the ocean because he floats better in the salt water.
here's some interesting stuff growing in the sand with little blue flowers - we need to look it up to see if it is edible.
how about wild peas growing down at the ocean. any of you foragers will appreciate this!
holy crap! there we were minding our own business and a mermaid appeared!
although jambaloney thinks it was a siren because she yelled so much about taking good pictures!
kids - the mermaid tail has been christened by the atlantic ocean.
and by the atlantic ocean waves.
i was thrilled. and loved looking at the reef.
and looking at the sky.
and looking at feet in beach sand.
and watching jambaloney fish nekkid as the day he was born. and no - he doesn't care if you blow the pic up to 6 trillion pixels in order to see his bum!
then we saw the mermaid/siren head out to the ocean!
oh my goodness - she looked like she was having so much fun!
diving and swimming!
and diving and swimming some more!
then it was on to mermaid gymnastics which should be an olympic sport! hey synchronized swimming is an olympic sport!
a wonderful nekkid day at our own private beach with the jam man getting some sun, a nap and having a cider.
it's a hard life we live and we know it. but just to remind you all...and maybe make you think twice - we left lucrative, high-paying jobs in the city, and a beautiful home - to come here and live in the wild. we thought we were moving to the country - but we live in the wild. we've had to take in stray cats, build a road to our river, learn to garden in rocky, clay soil, live with bug bites from may until october...and alot of that sucked. but no one ever told us that we would get our own private beach.
serendipity kids. serendipity.
sending love to all of you. and being thankful for everything that we have and for all of our neighbours and our blog friends.