Tuesday, October 18, 2005

In the Water and on the Shore

My invitation to skinny dipping was answered by a bevy a ladies and chatter and laughter skated across the water to Owl Island and the whole of the shore for miles. The water was cool. Our donkeys hawed and honked on the shore.

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Blue lipped we hurried out after a few minutes to dry off and warm up. Someone came up with a box of goodies (much of it chocolate, a fire was quickly built from deadwood, so dry it lit with little work. We swapped stories of how we got here and we thought we might go next. It was late when we each left to find a bed for the night. I chose mine right there, under the stars and by the fire. My is donkey, part guardian and part pet, still keeping me company.

7 Comments:

At 2:41 AM, Blogger faucon of Sakin'el said...

and here I was at the Abbey, trimming wicks and oiling lamps ...

faucon

 
At 5:09 AM, Blogger le Enchanteur said...

avert your eyes faucon and oil the lamps darling.

 
At 8:02 AM, Blogger Vi Jones said...

Lovely pictures. It has me in the mood to go skiiny dipping, too, but where in the city can I go? I think they'd frown at it in the local fountain.

Vi

 
At 8:13 AM, Blogger Imogen Crest said...

This is all very whimsical. The pics are lovely.

 
At 5:04 PM, Blogger Fran said...

Skinny dipping has always been allowed on the lovely beaches of White Owl Island. The guardian donkeys and owls will look out for danger without intruding on your space. The Secretary
PS Beautiful and imaginative pieces keep coming form Alleta, watch for them in other areas.

 
At 1:21 AM, Blogger aletta said...

There was a time when once a week nude swimming was allowed at the local YMCA and I always wondered why not the same at the YWCA, so I've kept to clandestine skinny dipping wherever the opportunity permits. My first time was with a friend at the foot of Fort Henry at Kingston Ontario 1968. In days of free love and no more war this was not frowned upon at all in my circles.

 
At 2:37 PM, Blogger Gail Kavanagh said...

This is beautiful - absolutely beautiful!

 

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