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It's so very interesting to read about your love of the water. While I can smell the moisture looking at your pictures I feel chilly with the eternal dampness. Nice place to visit wouldn't want to live there. :)

Hi Anne, I can almost smell the ocean looking at your pictures. I, too, miss the water as I grew up in Richmond (Sea Island in particular)and the smell was always on the breeze. Enjoy your time with your Mum as much as you can!! It will, one day, be lonely without her ...

I agree about the chill, Jaynie; I'm more used to the dry interior air now. But what I really notice is how heavy the air seems on the coast. It always takes me a day or two to acclimatize.

I didn't know you grew up in Richmond, Ann! I do enjoy my "Mum" time. It's very weird to have her on the other side of the country at the moment enjoying that other ocean, the one that laps against Newfoundland. Having her that far away does make me feel a bit lonesome . . .

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