Sunday, September 27, 2009

Lost it Again!

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Yup, my camera charger. I know you are all surprised. I'm pretty sure it's around here somewhere. Hopefully I will find it tomorrow. Until then here are some photos from a cookout with friend's at the beach. These were taken 9/20/09.







































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11 comments:

Trish said...

That was a fun afternoon!!

hard to believe that was last weekend and it was still fall. Now it feels like winter!

Peruby said...

Yeah. Your charger and mine probably met online and are at this moment meeting somewhere in Montana.

I never can find that sucker. I am using my daughter's camera these days.

AussieAlaskan said...

We do the same thing here but we don't have to wear so many layers - love it at the ocean!!

Gizzy's Mom said...

Your pictures made me smile. Beach cookouts with friends are FUN and they're fun even if you're wearing fleece jackets, hats and gloves.

Becky said...

That looks like such fun.

Can't wait until we can start wearing coats and stuff here.

Cathy said...

Hey Becky, that will be when it is about 72 degrees, right?

Liz said...

Looks like some chilly fun! Enjoyed the pics of the picnic on the beach!

Liz
http://ninnysnotesblog.blogspot.com/

*Chelsea Lynn* said...

Cathy, that was an amazing fun day. Thanks for being part of our day and hanging out with us. I really am sorry Trish is leaving there so soon, I would love to return, but I guess I will have to make do with Dillingham next.
I really am happy I got to meet you and Noah in "real life," now I have a connection to you and what you are writing there at 66degrees North.
Thanks again for the great day.
Evy

Gramma 2 Many said...

Hmmm looks like my granddaughter used my computer last and forgot to sign out.

Anonymous said...

great pictures of the fire. that happens when you combine a great camera with a great photographer--The Calif. guy

Alaskan Dave Down Under said...

Great shots! That's what a beach cookout is supposed to look like. Unlike the Aussie tradition of having xmas bbq on the beach in 100 F weather...