Morning rises behind the beach replenishment project.
Chilly on the balcony, but worth it for the light show.
Finally, after late night rain and wind, the ocean coughs up a few of its…
… calcite-lined stones. Which is the only thing UD wants from the ocean.
Les UDs en vacances: A cut above.
Reading material at our breakfast restaurant.
Halloween Tree, Rehoboth.
Beautiful Shitshow

At the center of this image, water and sand come blasting out of the ocean onto the replenished beach. UD got a tutorial in the whole double-your-beach process this morning from one of the workers – there’s the little GPS boat that scans the ocean floor for sand mountains, and then the bigger boat with one end of the pipe, sucking up the sand and sending it forward. They put shells and stones in dumpsters and then smooth the stuff along the strand. “I work in Florida, South Carolina – I’m not sure we do much good down there, but the weather’s milder here.”

Hitchcock at the Beach
Zoom in to see masses of gulls gather at the base of the machine dredging sand, water, and little sea creatures onto the beach.
Watching the beach get…

… replenished.

Halloween at the Beach

Heading down there to take a morning boardwalk stroll with my friend Di Elkin, who has an apartment next door to ours.

In front of a home by the sea.
Typical morning around here.

Les UDs leave Rehoboth Beach tomorrow.

Blueberries and…
… blueberries at the Rehoboth Beach Farmers Market.
A Similar Study in…
… yellow.
Pink shutters and…

… pink flowers at the beach.

Espaliered hydrangea (?)…

… along a wall in Lewes Delaware.

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