A Beach Day in February!

“They” were talking about temps reaching close to 70 degrees today! I had high hopes of a Ferry Beach picnic in February. This morning I made a salad with iceberg (I know it’s the Wonder Bread of lettuces but sometimes I crave it), berries and English Seaside cheddar. I envisioned sitting on a towel on the warm sand enjoying my little picnic in the middle of winter, kooky as it may be. It didn’t come to fruition though, since the temps barely reached fifty degrees by the water with a healthy breeze blowing. However, I still was able to enjoy a lovely walk.

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4 thoughts on “A Beach Day in February!

  1. As rough as January was, February has been very mild here also! The beach is a great place to visit no matter where you go. I’ve long been drawn to the water. I used to eat iceberg lettuce with thousand island dressing. Mayo and ketchup was the way I made it as a teenager. Now there are so many types of lettuce, but if it’s call a head of lettuce, nothing else fits like iceberg.

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