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sea snow

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 after a long week of gray and gloom
Saturday morning, we awoke to bright sunshine and clear blue skies
so we hopped in the car and headed out to wander the trails at Halibut Point

as we got closer to Rockport, the sky turned dark and the snow started coming down
little did we know that Cape Ann would be the ONLY spot in Massachusetts to be in a snowstorm that day.

Despite the fact that we were unprepared
no boots, hats or warm gloves,
it was pretty magical.

We found refuge in a coffee shop on Bearskin Neck
where we dried off and warmed up over cappuccino,
the caffeine fix was just enough to get us back out the door to join the busy Christmas shoppers on the streets.

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“Life is so full of unpredictable beauty and strange surprises. Sometimes that beauty is too much for me to handle. Do you know that feeling? When something is just too beautiful? When someone says something or writes something or plays something that moves you to the point of tears, maybe even changes you.”
~ Mark Oliver Everett

24 thoughts on “sea snow

  1. Cheryl

    What a beautiful post both in photos and words. Rockport is beautiful in any season but you made it look like a scene from a Charles Dickens novel. Really loved that last quote.
    Merry Christmas Susan.

  2. Dotti

    I totally loved taking this little trip with you! New England occupies a special place in my heart, not because I’ve ever lived there, just because … And these photos of your beautiful day make me feel like I was indeed there during this most wonderful time of year. Merry Christmas, Susan!

  3. Sandra

    I just love these scenes with the falling snow! My favourite is the one of the red house with the light blue door called The Pewter sno… I do love the atmosphere of everything! It’s still too warm here for the season and I do wish the temperatures would drop. It doesn’t even feel like winter, let alone Christmas!
    Happy Christmas to you and your family, Susan!

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