We all need a safe harbour every so often. Somewhere to protect us from the raging storms. Even when the tide is out and the storms are seemingly far away – it’s reassuring to know that safe place to anchor is there.

33 thoughts on “Safe Harbour

      1. ๐Ÿ˜‚ Yes, that’s true. Then I don’t have to hide my face behind my hands. There might have been one poem I liked… oh… and I found your blog through a terrible poem. So I can’t entirely be anti your poetry. ๐Ÿ˜€

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  1. Hey, I can see the pic! It kinda freaks me out that you have harbors where the tide goes out completely (as in the pic). I’m not aware of anything like that in the US.

    Not the point of your post but, lacking safe harbor, it’s where I went.

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      1. It’s something I would definitely consider … when/if travel restrictions are lifted. I did look into it a couple of years ago, but found that it isn’t an easy thing to accomplish.

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