46 thoughts on “Deserted beach

    1. vovazinger Post author

      Thank you so much, Dolly. I hope this is not forever and tomorrow will be a brighter and happier day.

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      1. patrick101010101

        we did. first starting out there was maybe a quarter mile visability, then the cumilous nimbus clud and thundar cell passed over the highway, there was very tiny hail about the size of a half pinhead barely visable. yesterday, i was outside in the storm for a little while yet i have to be for my own purposes, the moisture and heat was tremendous thats where the lift comes in that creates tornados. we were at the Ronald Regan Birthplace, it’s was nice, very interesting. we stop at museams when possible to remember the past. i got a post card while there, put a stamp on it and am going to mail it to the my Veterans Rep, we picked up a few post cards yet each time we do we keep one for momento sake like making herilooms and colloections for our kids. picked up a few very old envelopes with stamps as well, not so much novelity stuff yet artifacts of great men and women that lived in The USA. I just tookk my trazadone and am getting sleepy. Good night buddy.

    1. vovazinger Post author

      Thank you. Fortunately, this is not a permanent view, most likely the next day was better and the beach was crowded.

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  1. Kadmiel Aperano

    I know I’m the only one but I like how it makes me feel !! Guys ! Such a deserted view makes me think about the end of times ! Crazy he !?

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