Outer Banks, North Carolina, March 2010 We got to experience 3 of the 5 famed lighthouses along North Carolina’s Outer Banks. We began at the most accessible southernmost point and worked our way north. From Kill Devil Hills (near Nags … Continue reading Lighthouses of the Outer Banks
I enjoy the reminiscent beauty of a lighthouse. They are majestic and functional. These photos were taken over various periods of time. New England in 2013-2014, … Continue reading Loving Lighthouses
The Marginal Way The Marginal Way is a coastal footpath in Ogunquit, Maine. Words cannot describe God’s magnificent beauty displayed here. There is a walkway beside the rocky shore. Its a brief walk but its majesty compels you to stop … Continue reading The Marginal Way
I love the beach. Any time of year. Of course, it is better when it is sunny, but I cherish every moment at the shore. I love the roar of the waves. I love the cyclic motion of the water. … Continue reading Shores across New England
The “mighty” Mackinac Bridge connecting the upper & lower peninsula On Saturday, May 31st, we travelled to Michigan’s upper peninsula. We left Livonia at around 11:30 and got stuck in traffic on our way to I-75. We got to I-75 … Continue reading Michigan’s Upper Peninsula — St. Ignace
I’m so glad I had the privilege of seeing the Connecticut coast, I only wish time allowed me to see more. Drove to the ATM in Old Saybook. Did not visit any coast there, unfortunately. The beaches are often tucked away in neighborhood or heavily wooded areas. Got to visit Giant Neck And McCook, both close to Niantic. Even though they were in same county, they were different in look and feel. Rushing Waves & Rocky Shore at McCook Beach, looking West McCook Beach looking east Giant Neck Beach looking East Seagulls dot the shallow waters at Giant Neck Beach … Continue reading Connecticut Coastlines
I’ve noticed a few strange things on this travel journey.BEACHESHere, you have to pay to go to the beach. sometimes there is admission for entrance, sometimes there is fee for parking. many beaches are in the neighborhood and owned by the town. ANTSthe ants I saw in Chesterfield,CT yesterday were gigantic……think A BUGS LIFE! There were not many of them, but they were big enough to haul away a French Fry. ROUNDABOUTSthe roundabouts, here called a rotary, are an unquestionable free-for-all. I’m talking chaos and deathtrap combined. The ones in Cape Cod were most horrible. Think three cars deep with … Continue reading So what’s the difference?