A bit foggy

This morning Allison and I got up early and headed over tot he Falmouth Heights Beach. We loaded the boats onto Dad’s truck and took them over to the beach. We set off and headed towards Falmouth Harbor. We paddled along the Falmouth Heights beach, out past the swim markers and down to the harbor.

Past the Casino

Along the way we watched cormorants skim the waves, a large jellyfish laze about and fishermen trying their luck on the jetties.

Entering Falmouth Harbor

Once in the Falmouth Harbor we paddled in and among the boats of various sizes. It was pretty early so there weren’t many people out and about. However there was this one seagull that was claiming a boat as its own.

Seagull Perch

After a while in the Harbor we turned about and headed for home.

Leaving Falmouth Harbor

When we got back to the start of Heights Beach we saw Dad pulling his truck out of the street next to ours, he drove down to the end of the beach and parked. We paddled up to shore and got out. It was a nice leisurely paddle for the day.

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  1. Keyamoni says:

    Hey.. It seems like you are paddling on a rainy day. Is it cold weather…?

  2. The BenSpark says:

    It wasn’t rainy, however it was really foggy.

  3. Author says:

    That looks soooo creepy to me. Could be because I am leary of the water just a little and cant swim. 🙂 That may hae just a little to do with it and the fact that it was a gray day! Oh well, maybe one day I’ll be brave enough to learn to swim at least!!

  4. The BenSpark says:

    I think the camera made it much darker than it was. Sure it was a bit foggy but we had good visibility by the shore. I hope you get out and learn how to swim, you are missing out.

  5. Keyamoni says:

    It is never late to learn swimming. The most enjoying part of learning swimming lately is one can get much fun to see his/her own mistakes while learning swimming. I start learning to swim at the age of 24. It was really fun to me.

  6. The BenSpark says:

    Exactly, learning to swim at any age can be fun.

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