Friday, May 27, 2011

DOWN FROM THE DUNES. . . . .

SPRING. . . .GLORIOUS  SPRING. . . 
The weather  here -- despite much rotten weather to the West of us and into up-State New York and Northern parts of New England --
has been brilliantly S U N N Y today with temps around 82*f. . ..and it is not looking bad at all for the long Memorial Day weekend. . . .All day there has been an almost continuous caravan of tourists pouring onto the Cape and  many leaded toward Mecca. . oopss. . .Provincetown. . . Today downtown looks "back to normal"
with lots of people roaming the streets "seeing and being seen". . . good beach weather, as you can see. . . .ahem  . . . .LOL. . .from all angles. . .LOL.   
What are All Y'All doing for the weekend?  WE are taking it as it comes and going with the flow. . .Let's PARTY HEARTY !  It is
OPEN SEASON. . . . .LOL 



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13 comments:

jimm said...

I'll be dodging those upstateNY raindrops :(

Gary Kelly said...

It's 9C here at the mo, which is about 50F, and I'm not pleased that you northern hemisphericals keep pinching our sun at this time of year.

However, I must admit that pic of gluteus maximus does warm the cockles.

GreginAdelaide said...

Gary,
Did you notice the horizon?

JustinO'Shea said...

I do not think he did. . .too taken with the gluts.max. ;-)

I cannot control other photogs. hahaha Besides, the horizon is purely accidental and secondary. . .hahahahahahahaaa. . . . .hardly the intended center of attention! ;-)

Gary Kelly said...

Yes, GIA, I did notice the horizon. In this case, God made it that way so that the waves would roll to shore. He's not silly ya know.

Coop said...

I have NO plans here on the mainland.
I rarely party hearty on a long holiday weekend. And I kind of like it that way. Bucking the trend. Heehee.

GreginAdelaide said...

Ha! Nice save Mr Kelly, nice save.

Rockit88 said...

I'm right with you on this Justin - we are fortunate to be in such a beautiful place this weekend.

I rode to Herring Cove and on the bike trails yesterday, spoke with Anchor Inn, Wa, some galleries and Frappos today as I finish my work on one annual P'Town magazine, and plan to start working with WOMR next week. Brought a box of sweet things from the Portuguese Bakery to my little nieces the other day, did some Yoga outside, took pics of the garden & gazebo at Ciro & Sals, went on the dune tour a few days ago - I'm really starting to feel at home here, and loving it more every day!

JustinO'Shea said...

PITY, COOPsta.. . . to each is own. . chacun a son gout. ;-)

Richard said...

The live webcam in front of Ptown's town hall revealed what looked like a full house Sunday evening with temps in the low 70's. I hope you and Peter were able to enjoy the day.

Stew said...

Maybe some of the heat that is finally coming today will dry up some of the flooding here. Looking forward to the humidity. Worked all night and headed for bed :)

Coop said...

What will you do, Justino, when/if I ever show up in Provincetown?? :)

JustinO'Shea said...

"Business as usual. . . ." rflmsao

Are you chartering the Salacia for your grand Entranza. . .like the triumphal entry of Cleopatra to Rome?