4 hours in 31 seconds.
https://youtu.be/B9X8XJas86o Can you believe there were only about six people singing, four in the choir?!
I started it a bit late, but we've had so much rain and solid cloud cover the last several weeks that there have been precious few sunsets to choose from. I'll try to get a better one next time.
Right now it's 75 and quite humid. The sky is mostly cloudy. But... The cold front, long-awaited and despaired-of, is heading through this morning. When I got up at 6-something the wind was 2 mph (i.e. nothing). By 7:00 it was 4 mph. Now it's 8 mph and out of the NNW. Actually it's not … Continue reading Fall, maybe?
We made our obligatory stop at the aptly named Souvenir City where the kids posed for pictures inside the shark's mouth and on the pirate ship facade. There's also a picture of Mittens meeting the hermit crabs. Afterward we went to the Foley Railroad Museum and O-gauge model train. Admission is free! We all loved … Continue reading Pirates and Trains
The morning started with thunderstorms: We attended Liturgy at St. Athanasius Greek Orthodox Church in Gulf Shores. Everyone was so welcoming, especially Fr. Sasa. I hope if you're in the area over a weekend you'll attend. They were celebrating the leave-taking of the Elevation of the Cross so everyone was given basil from the cross … Continue reading Sunday