Monday, August 30, 2021


It was beautiful on Oak Island. 

Bern and I drove down with Jack and Sherry, our good friends, and were met there by John, Tim, Mimi and Eleanor.

We ate wondrously, sat in the gazebo to watch the sea, and right in front of our house was a sea turtle nest.

Dedicated people came every night to form a walkway and wait for the turtles to be born overnight.

It was day 51 when we first noticed them and the turtles come out between day 50 and day 80, usually in the high 50's. I'm sorry we didn't see them born.

It was a lovely week and I'll write more about it later.

Be well and stay well, umfandusi. (South African for 'good friend'.)


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