Saturday, September 28, 2013

Agawa Bay, Lake Superior Provincial Park

sun-went-down
Sunday, 8, Agawa Bay Campground, Lake Superior Provincial Park
watched an orange nail paring moon sink into the horizon, a second moonset from the first when it was like a fly caught by a rising fish, swallowed by a bank of black cloud.
Earlier, the fish themselves made a short performance, breaking the surface for brief moments of flight.
The sun went down in a bit of a pout, sinking behind a bank of clouds.
Mixed -- skies.
We went swimming today, bright sun, brisk breeze and choppy waves. As cold as our last foray in Sunnyside Beach, a possible 13C. But beautiful swimming pool blue, fine sand below plus pebbles and the wave action was fun.
randy-mermaid
Earlier, we walked along the beach to the River, it was Randy that found the mermaids...
both inscribed with sharpie marker onto flat river rocks. I took pictures.
mermaids
After the swim we walked up to Rocky Point to warm up, and sit in the pile of pebbles which can be arranged quite comfortably.  It was a productive foray, as on our return we found a bag of firewood and kindling.  For this evening we chose to walk for warmth instead.
agawa-rocks

2 comments:

Jennifer Rose Phillip said...

13C is fine after the shock getting in lol

kaslkaos said...

Hah! No! Well, okay, bearable, with plenty of sunshine...

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