Monday, April 2, 2012

More Screen Shots

Pelican on Post and Fishing Pier














Gulls on Ground and Marina









Walk to the End of Pier












Wonderful Palm Sunday here in Paradise. Morning service in church was a musical presentation of "The Borrowed Tomb" by a 42-voice choir with re-enactment of scenes in the last years of Jesus's life, culminating in the crucifixion and the Resurrection!


Sunday brunch was seafood at the Big Fisherman. Cannot top Texas for seafood!


After the meal, we parked the RV along the seawall at Rockport Harbor, door next to the sea, opposite window toward the marina. The waves rolling in and breaking against the wall, the wind soughing through the riggings of the sailboats, and I was soon in Dreamland. When I awakened, I strolled along the docks, then BBBH and I walked the length of the pier, and visited a time with the fisherpeople at the end.


Then it was back to the campground, which though inland only four or five blocks from the sea, had to be fifteen degrees warmer. So we sat inside in the A/C until the sun went down!

7 comments:

Shelly said...

What a lovely Sunday- and taking a nap while getting to enjoy the sea breezes and sounds must have been heavenly!

Vee said...

Sounds like the perfect Palm Sunday!

Lin said...

For a minute there, I thought you were taking photos from inside your jail cell! ;)

vanilla said...

Shelly, there scarce could be a better setting for a nap!

Vee, at least "excellent!"

Lin, since you are a reader of "Bob Warr," I can see how you connected those dots.

Grace said...

(I just had to send you this link - as soon as I saw this I thought of you - Bent Objects is so clever)

vanilla said...

Grace, thanks for the link! Quite "nutty" really. As the younger set might say, "Way cool!"

Sharkbytes (TM) said...

Ah- Great music on my favorite Sunday. I talked Om into going to a church with more music and style. He grumped a bit, but went with me. I was very happy.