But it's exciting too. Some thing new is happening.
The last Kona storm last year I took this picture.
You see that barge out there?
Well, this morning it broke loose & came ashore.
I got an excited call from a neighbor. George & I went down to look.
Lots of talk on the beach about this event. I noticed a Coast Guard there & asked him about it. This flat-bottomed boat is meant to go ashore on beaches. It will be towed off sooner or later. No damage probably.
There were other things to notice too: the beach erosion, flotsam, and a blowfish.
George gives a measure of how much sand has been washed away-- 4 feet's worth -- at that part of the beach. (He quipped about only being good for being a measuring stick!)
Beaches are about impermanence, for sure. That's part of their charm. Well, & also there we get glimpses of eons & as close as we can get to infinities.
That's it for today.