- Around 5pm, central time, last Friday. A lone walker on the mile-and-a-half beach of Seagrove, Florida, along the Emerald Coast of Northwest Florida. My friends and I drove and drove, got there, had lunch, picked up groceries, etc., and finally made it to the beach.
- These guys from Ohio are self-described "snowbirds" - people, often retired, who live in the northern US or Canada and move for extended periods to the south during the colder months. They were fishing for pompano or whiting, they said. (See the fishing poles stuck in the sand.)
- My favorite book shop in nearby Seaside, Florida, paid tribute to the late author, Harper Lee with an intriguing quote from the beloved character, Miss Jean Louise (Scout) Finch. That is such an intriguing quote and I don't remember it. I've meant to re-read To Kill a Mockingbird. Maybe it's time.
Hope you don't mind a few more photos from this trip next week - I didn't want to overload this post. :) Have a great weekend, y'all!