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Pic Of The Day #64
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This photo just takes my breath away.
And, it’s so familiar … that scene wasn’t much different back in my growing up years, sailing into Compo on my father’s sailboat.
Funny how “ordinary” and rote it felt to me at the time, as a preteen.
And how a long day on the water wasn’t appreciated as much, at that time in my life.
Now … well, I cherish it. And miss “my Compo beach and marina”.
Once a boater, always a boater. 😎
I know that view well… Red right return and you are home from a day on the beautiful Sound…….