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South Island

June 21, 2012

Tim Levatich asked, “Where’s the sloth?” We’re working on it.

Block Island consists of 2 hills joined by a narrow strip of land called the Corn Neck. It won’t be long before the sea will rise and make 2 separate islands. The Clayhead Trail photos showed scenes from what will become the North Island. Yesterday, we explored the South Island.

I added some pages to my iCloud iPhoto Journal. Due to technical problems, I was unable to upload the journal yesterday until late evening. You can see the new pictures by clicking here.

Today we’re enjoying the heat wave. 88° in the shade, feels like 120° in the sun. Suzy disputes my “feels like” figure; she accuses me of hyperbole. Be that as it may, we’re making like the guy in the picture, just hanging out, achieving a blissfully cool state of inactivity. There’s some cold pizza in the fridge. I have a plan—if I can get up the enthusiasm and can pull it off without breaking into a sweat—to get off the couch, walk 2 paces to the kitchen, extract the pizza, and eat it. Then it will be time for a nap.

3 Comments leave one →
  1. Libby Hedrick permalink
    June 21, 2012 12:22 pm

    Sounds like the perfect week!! Enjoy it!

  2. Marghie permalink
    June 21, 2012 5:30 pm

    Looks like the island is well on its way to split in two. There is a lot more water on the map between Great Salt Pond and Old Harbor than when I was visiting as a teen. A good nor easter perhaps?

  3. Chris Bobrowich permalink
    June 21, 2012 6:13 pm

    The new iPhone takes beautiful photos! To my amateurish eye their quality at least equals the quality of similar photos sent by another friend using an SLR.

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