Signs at the Harbor

Happy Trails to you until we meet again… Did you watch Roy Rogers and Dale Evans in the 50’s?

The Roy Rogers Show (“Happy Trails”) 

Some trails are happy ones,
Others are blue.
It’s the way you ride the trail that counts,
Here’s a happy one for you.

Happy trails to you,
Until we meet again.
Happy trails to you,
Keep smilin’ until then.

Who cares about the clouds when we’re together?
Just sing a song, and bring the sunny weather.

Happy trails to you,
Til we meet again.

 

Do you think there might be a very large sapphire on board?

These were all taken in San Diego a few years back in February of the year. Can you tell I’m a little landlocked right now?

I’m ready for a nice string of dry days here in the Pacific Northwest. Dear is on an overnight business trip to Austin, Texas and the forecast there is 79 and 80 degrees. That will be different for him. What’s happening in your neck of the woods?

I’m linking up with Lesley for signs, signs.

I’m running out the door now to try to get my walk in and I’ll “sing a song, and bring the sunny weather” while the rain is taking a pause…

10 thoughts on “Signs at the Harbor

  1. Yes, I feel the call of the sea in your “signs” post!!
    We had a beautiful sunshiny day today…our first in a while. It was so good to see the sun! It was energizing and I lured Kati into helping me with a cleaning/organizing project (on her day “off”…sweet girl!).

  2. Today is a sunny day, the first in awhile here where I live. I’m dreaming of warm enough days to go to a lake or a harbor myself. Life is always better by the water!

  3. Of course I remember Roy and Dale and of course we love boats and water and I too “collect” boat names, so of course I absolutely love this post!

    It does sound a bit like it’s time for you to take a winter trip … When we lived in Oregon and were school-connected, I always thought spring break really needed to be in February, when everybody is sick of the gray and rain. The end of March when it was break the flowers are in bloom and the sun sometimes shines.

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