Breakfast is out on the “veranda.” The special of the day is Grape-Nut Cereal,
dusted with strawberry flavored protein powder and bathed in freshwater milk powder.
I’ve found a comfy spot on the peninsula which separates Surprise Beach from The Punchbowl.
I cannot capture my view by simply looking out. The world is a large place, unfathomable.
Now camera in hand, I’m off to explore. Eyes to the ground, searching for little things. My first find is number nine. Whether this significant is not known. But I think it’s pretty cool.
The next is looks like Curly Dock, rising out of crevice between petrified logs.
I’m not seeing much else to photograph in the little world and look up and out from where I stand. There’s a Great Blue Heron hunting in the Punchbowl, a tree draped in what appears to be Bittersweet. Looking ahead are the sharp upturned rock of the coastline and an interesting tree behind my temporary home.
Posted on January 21, 2015, in Casco Bay, Kayaking, Maine Coast, Nature, Photos, Solo Journeys, Twenty One Days at Sea and tagged Jewell Island, Photos, Sea Kayaking. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.