We saw four Limulus pairs on our beach day, within a mile stretch. They all had the same northward-pointing gaze, and they were all within the very small tidal zone. There is a research organization who wants to know these things, so we reported what we
This shoreline looks like the ocean has made huge, and fairly recent, inroads on the land. Like the remains of the maritime forest are now littering the beach. The quick dropoff (not great for wading) is odd and eerie; I'm used to beaches that tumble you gradually and gently toward the continental shelf edge like a cat working your grandmother's ceramic knick-knack.
|One of these things is not like the other.|
|I am not leering. Seriously, I'm not.|
|Annie was not just peeing. Seriously, she wasn't.|
|The same tree, later that afternoon|
|Photo for Bhikkhu John, who appreciates multi-tools (we rehabilitated this one).|
I have a doctor's appointment today. I had an aesthetician appointment yesterday (a friend treated me to a service I shall not mention because I don't want to end up on Google again). All is well, and my FACE looks gorgeous.