Wanderlust

Wanderlust:Ā a strong, innate desire to rove or travel about

I am not a traveler, and usually do not have a desire to rove about. If I do get wanderlust it is to head to the beach. Winter, spring, summer or fall. Makes no difference- I love to see the ocean, to listen to the waves, to walk on the sand.

Wanderlust

37 thoughts on “Wanderlust

  1. Gorgeous beach with waves and beautiful sky!
    Beaches call to me, too! Mainly, I have been to Lake Erie. In HS, I was blessed on a Spanish Club trip to Spain to go to Mallorca in the Mediterranean Sea. šŸ™‚ Lisa, I loved Florida beaches with my grandparents as a child.

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      • Lisa, I need to try out NJ beaches! I have only been to one NJ beach~ in Atlantic City.
        We usually went up to visit Cape Ann, Massachusetts beaches in summers with cousins, great aunts and uncles there. In winters or Spring Break, it was Clearwater Beach to see grandparents.
        Only a few times, went with ex-husband and kids to Daytona Beach and once (so special) to Sanibel Island. Nice chatting about beaches, since we “deserve” a getaway. You with your husband, of course. ā¤

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  2. When we lived in Long Beach NY I used to go for strolls on the beach in the dead of winter and I still miss it. I would bundle up and go out in freezing weather just for the solitude. Nobody else was ever foolish enough to join me, nor did I ever see anyone else

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    • MY cousin lived there, in one of those apartments on the beach and she did the same thing all year round- funny if you would have crossed paths. It is beautiful there. The ride to the NJ shore is easier or we would visit Long Beach more often.

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  3. After I came to San Diego in April 1993, I considered myself retired. I was 38. For eleven months, I spent every day, 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m., at the beach. Then, one day, it was cold and rainy. I was the only one at the beach. It was not fun. I rejoined the work force, and although I have “retired” two more times since then, I never stay retired more than a week. Just too much to see and do.

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