As I post this on Saturday evening our part of the Plateau is under a Winter Weather Advisory. We could get an inch or two of snow.
While Betsy is delighted at the prospect I am decidedly less enthusiastic. I’ll admit that I’m looking forward to warmer weather. With that in mind, I decided to post the above picture as my contribution to Scenic Sunday.
Betsy and I try to get to the beach each year for several days. We usually go to the area around Little River, South Carolina. We go there because I lived in Little River for three years before moving to Tennessee and meeting Betsy.
This particular picture was taken in June, 2001, on Sunset Beach, North Carolina, just north of Little River. Sunset Beach is an island off the coast which is primarily residential in nature. Most of the houses are single family and it is much less ‘touristy’ than Myrtle Beach.
It is possible to walk down the beach beyond the homes. Once past the homes it’s easy to forget that their are other people around at all. There is just the sea, the sand and the dunes. This picture shows the grass on some low dunes above the high tide mark. Sunset Beach may not quite be a tropical paradise, but it is pretty close.
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