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Erie,PA August 17,2011



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  • v PHEBESS
    Thank you - I'm sure they're all having a happy day! DH is enjoying baseball on TV, his university (UVA) is in the college world series playoffs right now.

    I think we need to go visit the beach that was maybe going to be named for our father - it's a sunny day, perfect for a short beach visit, even if it isn't a sandy beach.
    1 day ago
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    And happy Father's Day to your DH!

    No, the city council decided to give the beach an indigenous name - the Lummi nation used to use that beach for fishing, so it will have a Lummi name. They're part of the coastal Salish people.
    2 days ago
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    It probably feels humid if you live in a dry place like Arizona. But compared to southern Florida or even the east coast in the summer, it doesn't feel humid at all. It never (or rarely) gets hot enough to really feel the humidity.
    3 days ago
  • v PHEBESS
    Nice camera - thank you!

    This week is becoming sunny and warming up - probably will have a high temp of 80 or so by the weekend. I know, doesn't sound hot to you - but if it's sunny and warm too long around here, people get grumpy. It's kind of funny to those of us who have lived in hot places previously!

    We don't really have a beach on the bay here, despite how huge it is - most of the shore is either craggy rock headlands, or some gravelly beaches. The prettiest beaches are on the Pacific coast of the Olympic Peninsula, on the other side of Puget Sound - those beaches are gorgeous sand with giant sea stacks near the shore but in the ocean. Cannon Beach in Oregon is one of the more famous examples of what our ocean beaches look like.


    5 days ago
  • v PHEBESS
    Oooh, thank you! Hot tubs are wonderful for this climate - cooler than temperate at the moment, we've been having daytime temps in the 60s, and nights in the 50s or upper 40s. People love their hot tubs around here, some days it's the only way to get nice and warm!!!
    6 days ago
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