You know, summer with boats and swimmers and ahhhhh... well you get the picture.
One was prettier than the next.
This hotel had a great look. The red and white striped awnings gave it a pink look.
This cottage had pink shutters. The gentleman who owned it kept telling me they were "SALMON.'
Tomato, tomata. Potato, potata.
Either way. He looked pretty in pink sitting there.
I think this cottage sign is adorable.
I even found an antique shop nearby with a PINK door! Took the picture just for you, my pinky friends.
For more pinks check out Beverly's blog at How Sweet the Sound.
Today we are remembering those who lost their lives in the 9/11 attacks in New York City, Washington, DC, and the planes in mid-air.
This was the porch where we stayed. At the time I snapped the photo, I wasn't thinking of 9/11, but it is important for me to share it with you now, as it was one of the only cottages with an American flag hanging on its wall and its image sticks in my mind... similar to how the flags hung on buildings in NY in the days following the attacks.
I'd also like to pay tribute to the men and women who serve in our nation's military, standing up for us, fighting for our freedom, so we don't have to.