Fish shacks along the beach in New Hampshire. I wish I lived in one of these. They just feel romantic.
r.r. has been asking me to teach her the basics of crochet for a few weeks and I finally got the opportunity to get her started at Good Harbor Beach in Gloucester on Tuesday (though she’s an artist and crafter who by nature, doesn’t really need help in this arena…).
Celebration, you know, on the official start of summer…it was definitely a “10” day, and r.r. being the amazing lady she is, brought along incredible snacks that included roast beets and blueberries.
I brought chips and coke, naturally. Honestly, its a beautiful thing drinking a coke on the beach. Try it; in the meantime, you can check out r.r.’s snaps from our beach trip (which includes an awful shot of my tawny thighs…its too early in the season for that r.r.!).
With all this constant rain in Boston, it’s pretty simple to wish for mere days ago, when I was sopping up sunny skies, sand, mojitos, and copious amounts of delicious crab.
Here are a few of the delicious snaps of the consuming that went on.
From top left to right: Lump Stone Crab with mustard dipping sauce and spring greens, Sea-salted edamame; bottom left to right: A freshly squeezed lime for my drink, the best Mojito I’ve ever had in my life.
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