Tuesday, August 10, 2010

A Day at the Dunes

It's Wednesday and the heat and humidity keep repeating like a needle stuck on a phonograph record. I need a break. I'm packing up a basket filled with sandwiches, fruit, cold beverages and a good book. I'll be raising my beach umbrella on the sands of Lake Michigan. See you all Thursday.

Turquoise, Tulip and Bliss Photo


20 comments:

  1. What a lovely, inviting photo!! Hope you come back refreshed and with great pictures!

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  2. The heat and humidity have plagued us on the prairie as well -- unfortunately, we don't have a lake!

    Sigh -- enjoy yourself!

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  3. It is hotter than Hades down here in South Florida! Hope you enjoyed your day - look forward to you next post:)

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  4. Your picture looks like the ones my sister took while they were there, and you can almost see the humidity in the photo. We haven't had any heat this summer, like normal. I'm a happy camper I must say. The forecast is that the temp should be inching into the nineties.

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  5. Have a wonderfully relaxing day!

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  6. I am told lake Michigan temps are always cold, so you should come back shivering if you go in the water. enjoy!!!!

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  7. It sounds like the heat and humidity is lingering awfully long for your part of the country. Hope there was a nice breeze at the dunes. As a young teen, I received many a sunburn there, back when we didn't know any better. My skin is now testimony of that. :-(

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  8. What a nice peaceful picture! Enjoy your day-xo

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  9. What a beautiful and insightful blog. I just spent the better part of an hour reading several of your posts. What a lovely part of the world you live in, and your writing is so beautiful. Thanks for sharing your gift.

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  10. Bonnie...brava...you only live once...go for it and have loads of fun and relaxation ;o)

    Ciao for now,
    Claudia

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  11. Enjoy. You are not alone. At least this week we are under 100's but still in the 90's.

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  12. Ahh, I wish I were there with you. Hope it was all you wanted it to be.

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