whale Peace be with you… | Sea Cape Cod by Michael Mosier

Sea Cape Cod by Michael Mosier

Coming soon: Link to Waterfront Photography, in historic downtown Hyannis, Massachusetts, Cape Cod, USA 02651

March 11, 2017

Peace be with you…

Filed under: Blog — Michael @ 9:59 am

Greetings and salutations from the sand, sun and surf of Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard and the pure azure skied, golden sun led, bitterly cold, wicked windy and snow blown island of Nantucket! A lot of weather to digest on this Eleventh Day of March, 2017, as one looks out the deck onto a frozen tundra ‘down on the docks’ of ye ‘ole Hyannis Harbor…

“Arrrggghh matey!”

(credit: the crusty old news dog from ‘down unda’, Mr. Rupert Murdoch of “News Corporation”, yikes!)

Indeed, this magical sand bar was blasted yesterday by a wicked March blizzard out of no where, that has most hunkered down in their respective hamlets today; waiting¬† on their collective clocks to ’spring forward’, ushering in warmer, gentler days to come…

God willing...

It’s so hard to choose a “TV” show to watch on cartoon Saturday, for a bike or swim seems out of the question, wind chills well below 0, unless you are a Cape Cardinal, Black Backed Seagull, a Harbor Seal or Dolphin, for to them, it’s just another day in paradise. That concept is not what one may find on the old “Roku” internet streaming device, or any number of the horrible, MK Ultra, multinational owned corporate cable outlets one is forced to watch, streaming that pile of steaming hor$e$hit directly into you and your family’s consciousness 24/7. If not on said tell a lie vision, then on that ball and chain you carry with you every moment of every day; the ’smart’ AI android phone/controller that tracks your every movement, thought and emotion, stored forever in posterity in the bleak mountains of Utah.

Just ask the NSA, they’ll tell ya!

So why not buck the trend? If here on Cape, experiencing this blast of Mother Nature’s best winter wrath, step outside and collect some sea shells on Hyannis Port’s Barrier Beach?¬† They are buried only a few feet below that blowing snow and ice. You will remember where it came from down the road;

“I guarantee it”…

Have a good one y’all!



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