Labor Day weekend is the unofficial conclusion to the summer season. Of course, when the five-day forecast promises yet another heat wave with temps near 100 on at least one of those days, it’s hard to get excited just yet about leaves changing color, NFL football starting or the infiltration of pumpkin…everything. Still, I will use the holiday weekend as a chance to share some of the pics I have taken during the sweltering month of August. I hope you enjoy them and do so in some sort of air-conditioned comfort. Well, unless you’re looking at them in the wintertime. Then I hope they warm you up a bit.
Happy New Year to one and all!
What better way to start the New Year than with the first Supermoon of 2018, which appeared over the horizon in Marblehead, MA just after 4:30 this afternoon. It was a remarkably chilly night to witness the event – the temperature on my phone stated it was about five degrees out-, but the sight made it well worth it.
With temps finally resembling summertime and neighbors celebrating high school graduations – Hootie and the Blowfish at full blast? Seriously?- it was high time for me to get out and head to my favorite spot in Marblehead. Alas, a house right next door was also having a high school graduation celebration. Fortunately, no Hootie and the Blowfish was to be heard.