April Waves

Driftwood

Arianell, Vanilla, Min and Carrot Soup went down to the beach…

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Duck-watching

…the driftwood log was a great place to sit and watch the ducks…

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Harlequins

…like these Harlequins!

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gaze

Min and Carrot Soup gazed about, but they didn’t feel like sitting…

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Clamber

So they clambered about!

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Bracelet

Carrot Soup found a Barnacle…

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Algae

…and Min wondered if this yellow-brown seaweed was edible!

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lichen

Arianell went off to explore…

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Capital!

…and she found an “A” for Arianell!

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Tunnel

Vanilla climbed through a driftwood tunnel…

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view

They all sat and gazed at the water for a bit…

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lovely

…isn’t it a beautiful day!!

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8 thoughts on “April Waves

  1. ohh to find the beauty in an overcast and chilly day…The Quimper Hitty family always finds the joy in every day!!
    Love the many adventures of these sweet girls.

  2. What a wonderful walk and what delightful treasures the girls found. The girls are adorable, each and every one of them. Thanks for taking us along vicariously…it almost felt like being there with you. Your beaches are full of riches. I especially enjoyed seeing the male and female Harlequin ducks…it’s been awhile since I’ve been to our shore.

    • The ducks are all keeping company in pairs at the moment – they know it is spring even if it didn’t feel much like it this morning! We are glad you could come to the shore with us, even vicariously!

  3. Your horizons are so different than ours here in the Midwest…..lots of water in your vicinity, lots of flat land in ours…but still, the common Earth which we all call home, including your darling, fun-loving, always adventurous Hitty clan. Thank you!

    • Yes indeed, lots of water – very chilly, wet, and salty water, and the Hittys and humans of the cupboard and household find horizon-gazing a very untangling experience for the mind…we have never been out on the ocean with no land in sight, but we did experience that 360 degree horizon on Lake Superior once when we took a boat from Northern Michigan to Isle Royale!

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