Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Squibnocket, MV

The water in the northeastern seaboard of the United States gets warm and inviting in the late summer. The waves pretty much die, but the water is warm and inviting. When the waves pick back up in September, the water stays warm enough for a handful of weeks, at which point life becomes nearly intolerable for the regularly working stiff. It is like the whole wait is magnified a thousand times. It makes every wave caught a precious jewel. But for now, during summer, when there are no waves, there is the blissful enjoyment of true family beach time.

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