Saturday, June 22, 2013

Another summer begins with sand and sea....

Another summer begins with sand, sea and PBJs - KPC Media Group: Kpcnews


Dear Folks,

I have been back on Ocracoke for a week and this is my first blog! How did I get so far behind?

Let me see..four girls from Indiana were here so we had a few Girls Only Nights!
I have already had two ghost walks, written and performed with Philip a new radio show for the Opry on Wednesday evening. I have also spent time reuniting with friends and getting used to having sand in my shoes!

Happy Solstice and Full Moon to all. Don't forget tonight is the Strawberry Moon which is the first full moon after the Solstice. It is also the Super Moon which means it is the moon closest to the Earth.

My family from all around the country will be joining us today so the full moon will get lots of attention from this Ocracoke crowd.

The above link is my column traveling to Ocracoke!

This photo was taken by a friend of mine. Three of us went to the beach to welcome in the Solstice yesterday morning.

Salutations!

Lou Ann






3 comments:

Woodduck said...

Welcome back.

Katherine Cooke said...

I read your article in the newspaper about Miss Aliph :)

Anonymous said...

Maybe a few pictures and an "Out and About" for those of us that are already home from an all too short trip to OI and at work... If I were an "International Man about town"... My town would be Ocracoke...
-Robb