I was a bit slow getting up and not really looking forward to going to work so I decided to tune into taco cam and check out the action while I drank my morning coffee. The water was so calm looking and it made me think I should be doing more sunrise walks. Thanks to Storm Chasing Adventure Tours for providing webcam option, it is great when I am feeling lazy and not moving to fast like this morning.
The air is feeling very fallish this morning and it is looking like we are going to get some more rain sooner than later. Looking outside our windows the sky is now a thick blanket of gray in every direction, if you plan to go out and about make sure you are well waterproofed.
I had to add a part 2 picture to show you my cam view at 12:40 pm it shows you how fast the weather can change. This morning it went from the pic above to a blanket of gray to blue skies and white fluffy clouds. I would also like to correct my fallish comment above. While it was cool in the house as soon as I stepped out for my walk I found quite warm.
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That would be a nice trip to see where she is living. Make sure to pack your polar fleece. You are looking for a change of environment right now, and I would love to stop the clock for 48 h 🙂
Sorry for the late reply.
Actually, my sister just moved to live in the USA (Canfield Ohio area) and she will be missed by family and friends. She even took her little dog as well:(
My Dad and I are thinking of visiting her this Christmas. I welcome a change of environment right now to be honest:)
Fall is in the air LOL . By this I assume u mean the leaves are turning and there is a chill in the air. Apparently the night time lows are around 68F. for the weekend. Time for hoodies and mitts and a toque. 🙂
Hey Remo nice to hear from you. Sorry you are feeling down, I think there is something in the air for sure right now. Maybe you can plan a trip to San Pedro to lighten your mind.
How you doing tacogirl? Long time no talk eh?
Hope all is well with you. Feeling a bit down this week and wishing I was in San Pedro right now.