Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Thanksgiving Eve!

Mornin'!  It's 43° in Wildwood.  Happy Thanksgiving Eve.  Started some of the food prep to take tomorrow as the pumpkin cheesecake and cole slaw is in the fridge!  There's a nice sweet aroma lingering in the kitchen this morning.  I just was on the back porch and the sky is partially starlit as in the darkness there's big white puffy clouds all over.  No breezes to write about as the weeping willow stands still.  The ocean's roar is in the distance along with its aroma.  It's cold, but nice out.  It'll be a seasonably lovely day today, tomorrow and Friday.  It's basically going to be the same forecast for a few days.  Tapping 50°; clear & sunny;  slightly breezy (N-NE at 13-16mph).  A week from today is the first full moon since Sandy.  I think the tides have been on the weird side ever since she blew out of here.  While driving off the island the other night it was supposed to be low tide but the marshes and meadows were completely submersed in water while the reeds and sea grasses were barely exposed.  That had me wondering if I got the tide times accurate and I what was all that water?  I'm keeping the "wellies" in the front of the closet.
High tide:2:09p.m.
Low tide:7:53a.m.
Ocean temp:54°

1 comment:

Jim Anders said...

Apropos Post-Sandy: "Everybody's recovering from something."