Watching the Boats at Edisto Beach

by Clay
http://new-freedom-addiction-treatment.com
(Georgia)

At Edisto Beach

At Edisto Beach

This was several years ago during a visit to a small beach in South Carolina.

My daughter was tired of walking so I picked her up and put her on my shoulder.

We watched as a tug boat pulled out of the nearby harbor.

You can't see them in this picture, but there are often dolphin swimming along this channel.

Reply:
Thanks Clay for sharing your memory with us all.

I love your daughter's arm rest!

It's pictures like this that capture the secret and intimate story that lies hidden within.

A story that only you and perhaps a select few may totally understand.

I bet when you look at it you can hear all the noises again, smell all the smells and enjoy the moment once more.

The thought that fascinates me is from there where does the mind wander off to?

Good luck in the contest.
Regards,
Marylyn(SuperNan)


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