Morning Ride, priceless

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Rough waters this morning make a great ride…spur of the moment decision to ride the waves = awesome! Caught fellow sea mate in action…

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    1. Uh hu, I agree, but it’s not so bad, rock the boat, heave a little, rock the boat, hehehe…seriously it was fine, thanks for hanging with me Yatin πŸ™‚

    1. um, well, it’s like this…I was alone, and the camera dropped into the water, and, uh…
      hehehe, there aren’t any, I pride myself on not having poodle hair in public!
      The wildness of the sea was kicking after the tropical storm that day πŸ™‚

  1. there’s a guy near my beach who has a big, wide board and a long paddle. he stands on the board and paddles out and down along the shore line. i could never do that. i’d love to kayak, but the currents can be strong by me. and i’m a wuss.

    1. tons of fun! thanks Char…I can’t imagine what Kauai would’ve been like, exhilarating – excellent word! πŸ™‚ thanks for hanging around!

  2. OMGosh – I’ve always been afraid of the water. Guess that’s what happens when you’ve never learned to swim. And what a shame – it looks glorious – gliding over rough folds of live current and a sea full of imaginable dreams and stories! I envy your courage!!

    1. thanks, Claire, I apply the Nike philosophy: Just Do It, hehehe and wear a life jacket πŸ™‚ I do think I’ll need some down time to record all my thoughts and impressions when I get home!

    1. the ride was anything but peaceful, hanging on and rocking…but definitely huge fun for a fab payoff in pleasure πŸ™‚ nothing like a dose of saltwater to extinguish those smoggy roads…I hope your commute will ‘clear’ up, hehehe. Thanks for hanging out on my vaca with me Erin πŸ™‚

    1. I agree Eva, swim like a fish, float like a, oh I dunno! glad to bring you some sea and sun, thanks for sticking with me over my vaca πŸ˜‰

            1. I’ve got all kinds of fears: heights, water, bridges, etc…but I keep pressing the envelope with each one, and living πŸ™‚ thanks, Reno, for your
              namaste

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