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The "Lazy Days of Summer" are here at the Coast!

Roxanne suggested the above title for this entry...

Nat King Cole sort of took over the phrase with his famous song, but it means a lot more to a lot of different folks...

I Googled "images" under this title, and the predominant theme seemed to be bare feet near water, naps, watermelon, bar-b-ques, boating, nice scenery, and basically a feeling of taking it easy....

But...there was also an underlying theme to a lot of these photos!  That was that these idyllic, carefree days were just about over!  There were lots of references to "Back to School Dances" and "end of season Bar-B-Ques" etc.

Our weather here at the Coast is pretty great almost all the time.  We wear Shorts and sandals 12 months a year--it's just cooler Aug, Sep and Oct, and it's a little warmer Jan, Feb, and Mar.

Since our seasons are just about reversed from those in Northern hemisphere, we are really in our Labor Day, Back to School, Football, and "chill in the air" weather.  

Our sunsets are beautiful and golden most of the year...but this last week, they have been RED!  And...it's a tad cooler...


Not quite sure if red sunsets mean the end of "summer", but it's a great excuse to put in a couple of nice photos...

 

It's hard to find a reason for a separate entry for Brahma Bulls, cows, and babies wandering by sunbathing Gringas, so I am putting it here...

This herd just hopped over the neighbor's fence, grazed for a couple of hours, and then wandered back down the beach...

Posted on Sat, March 15, 2014 at 06:02AM by Registered CommenterBob & Roxanne | CommentsPost a Comment

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