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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by Hannie Caulder, Dec 30, 2018.
Ah, yes...another day here in Paradise!
I pulled that pic off the internet, but yes, my backyard looks exactly like that with the steps leading down to the beach.
I like the beach
Me too. That's why I live here LOL.
I thought of you today as I scrolled thru 3000 movies I can watch for free with my Xfinity.........I watched Platoon again though......But Hannie Cauldron is there....
I just got down to West Palm to take care of a check ride. The intracoastal is shutdown and dead flat...Haven't even seen a kayak. Never seen it like this...Crazy times...
Sadly, we had a trip planned for mid May to Pensacola. I was really looking forward to some beach time as our resort was on the water. Thinking that’s a no-go at this point.
Beaches on the Gulf coast are closed as are all the public and motel pools.
87 and Sunny here too, But even though the name of the place Is Beech Island, I have not found the Beach, Or the Island. Just a River, and no Island. I know you don't like it Hanny, I'm getting ready to go for a Motorcycle ride. I have to go to the Storage Shed and pick up a few things. I can get them into my Saddle bags, and the Bike uses much less Gas and is more fun
Than my Pickup. Very light traffic in town, and the 15 mile ride through the country is great.
Motorcycle is the safest place to be!
Fort Lauderdale beach is CLOSED..no one is allowed on the sand...we took a ride along A1A, bars are closed...NO SPRING BREAKERS VISIBLE (where did they go?)
Traffic anywhere here is like it was 30 years ago....s' wonderful...
Sunny 80°, light NE breeze. Beautiful sitting here under my umbrella playing on GT and reading.
Daytona Beaches are open.
My beach is always open. It's my backyard LOL.
Galveston, the armpit of the gulf, is open but weird restrictions like no umbrellas.
I'm near a beach but not allowed to go,,,,,,
The Intracoastal is buzzing today as a flotilla of pleasure boats zoom around. Social distancing g on a boat is a fun way to not go corona crazy.
Let's see, roughly 1500 miles to the east or west coast and roughly 800 miles to the nearest Texas coast. No beach for me.
Those were the days