“Red and green, go between.” (Unless they’re moving, that is.) This photo of a sunrise paddle near Davids Island is courtesy of our friend Rob. That’s his orange Tiderace between the lateral markers. And that’s Rob himself between Alan and Gidon, hanging out at Glen Cove, Long Island, after our cross-Sound paddle on Sunday.
“If you can hear the train, it’s going to rain,” goes the saying here on this waterfront (per Wikipedia). The Long Island Rail Road serves the city of Glen Cove. Evidently, if you can hear the train whistle blow, it means the wind is coming from the east and a storm’s on the way. We didn’t hear any trains.
“When the cat’s away, the mouse will paddle.” Ok, we just made that up. But it’s true. Alex was off visiting family in Michigan. So Jean spent all day Sunday on the water, taking photos between paddles and encountering friends all over the place.
Thanks to this week’s photo challenge (wild guess…?) between. 🙂