It was summer-like on the Crystal Coast this past weekend. Great weather might be here again next weekend.
Plenty of rain found us in the summer of 2015 but it was still a great summer. The first few days of October 2015 made us wonder if our streak of great falls would end. However after sloshing around for four days, a week of great drying weather has rescued us and we are back on track for another great fall.
If you want to learn how to fall in love with a beach, pay attention to the beach lovers.
You have to garden with the weather on the coast. You cannot fight it. If you learn how to do it right, it is very rewarding twelve months out of the year.
As a resident of the Crystal Coast, it is easy to choose to stay home and enjoy the area’s delights on a less crowded day of the year than the Fourth of July.
There is something that Northern Virginians can agree upon and it is leaving town for the hottest months of summer.
We did not move to the Carolina coast for cool breezes and colder water. We came for the warm breezes and warm waters.
There are lots of beaches out there, but how many of those can touch your soul?
The beaches were full, the bridge backed up with traffic and the Intracoastal Waterway was buzzing with boats, but I enjoyed some quiet time on the river.
We were on a great boating cruise recently. It went to one of my favorite places, the area of marshes between Bear Island and the Intracoastal Waterway.