Our weekend exhale is enjoyed from a very beautiful location.
Thursday we headed north to Morro Bay, enjoying a four-generation family reunion, with a nice mixture of campers at the state campground and several of us more comfortable NOT sleeping in a tent.
The majority of time we are at the campground, which means no Internet, so this is my first chance to check in since we arrived.
We anticipated seasonal fog, but instead have been treated to mild, cloud-free warmth. Two hundred miles from home it’s noticeably cooler, especially when sitting under the trees at the campground, but as long as I have sunshine I am grateful.
He comes out of his house in the morning, forages a bit, takes a nice leisurely walk around the yard and then when he chooses, puts himself back into his house for a long nap.
But occasionally we find him exploring new places we aren’t so sure he should navigate.
A tortoise doesn’t need to climb steps onto a deck. I worry about the law of motion…what goes up…
Not sure he knows how to get down!
But I’ve arranged for his care…he needs a babysitter when we’re gone.
And I do enjoy the night sky when we are away from city lights.
It seemed a good idea to capture the almost-full moon in anticipation of tonight’s Supermoon– fog could still roll in!
Have a wonderful weekend…and I hope you get a clear view of that beautiful moon, too.