What a day Monday was with all the waves and wind

Loved riding around watching the waves and wind.  Also went only up to knee in the water at Magnolia Beach and was tossed around like a cork.  Be careful.

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  • Thanks for all the pictures and times…experience is wonderful! Mother nature is so beautiful but also very powerful – the corks who have floated before understand this but still want to be close to it! 🙂 Dave & Kim 🙂

    “True love is the tide that pulls out to sea, but always returns to kiss the shore at sunrise.” ― Shannon L. Alder

    Joni Mitchell – Song To A Seagull

    Song To A Seagull
    (Lyrics & music by Joni Mitchell)

    Fly silly seabird
    No dreams can possess you
    No voices can blame you
    For sun on your wings
    My gentle relations
    Have names they must call me
    For loving the freedom
    Of all flying things
    My dreams with the seagulls fly
    Out of reach out of cry

    I came to the city
    And lived like old Crusoe
    On an island of noise
    In a cobblestone sea
    And the beaches were concrete
    And the stars paid a light bill
    And the blossoms hung false
    On their store window trees
    My dreams with the seagulls fly
    Out of reach out of cry

    Out of the city
    And down to the seaside
    To sun on my shoulders
    And wind in my hair
    But sandcastles crumble
    And hunger is human
    And humans are hungry
    For worlds they can’t share
    My dreams with the seagulls fly
    Out of reach out of cry

    I call to a seagull
    Who dives to the waters
    And catches his silver-fine
    Dinner alone
    Crying where are the footprints
    That danced on these beaches
    And the hands that cast wishes
    That sunk like a stone
    My dreams with the seagulls fly
    Out of reach out of cry

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