Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Nerves frazzled? Stressed out? Need some peace? Come with me!!!

We took a little getaway this weekend and found a calming and peaceful place that I wanted to share. So hop on the little blogging bus and lets take a ride!
First stop-Serenity Circle. You'll notice the gentleness of the sea and the early morning sky which says relax, drink it all in. Starting to feel the peace? Good, lets continue......
Second stop-Cloudy land. With just a few clouds popping out they are sure to help you relax and cool you during the sunny day. So, come on and lets get those legs moving.....

Third stop-Water Way. The water always calls to you when you visit here. As the waves slap against the beach they beckon you to come on in, the waters great! What's that? Afraid of the water? Well folks, at least get those toes wet!! Ahhh, doesn't that feel good? How's those nerves, calming down any? On with the tour.......
Fourth stop-Sunnyland. Folks, the sun always shines in sunnyland. As we explore, you'll notice all kinds of creatures here. For instance, here's Gus and George, two of the triplets that roam the beach.
And here's Harry the other brother. He had guard duty today so he's on post and couldn't visit with us. And may I add, he's doing a great job!
Their cousin Piper was too busy checking out the sand to stay and chat. I'm sure she found plenty to eat in the white sugary sands.
Now folks, we also understand that property is at a premium in Sunnyland. So when visiting be sure to get out and claim your plot of land early. You have to admit this looks pretty comfy, right? That sand is delightfully cool and wonderful to dig your feet down into. Go ahead, try it. Oh, can't you feel total relaxation? Is the stress just falling off? Good, we thought so. We're getting there, lets continue, shall we?

Last stop for today-Moonville. Full moon galore here at this stop. Folks just stop and soak it all up. Is there anything prettier than a full moon?

Well here at D & D tours we hope we have helped add a little peace and calamity to your visit. Join us again soon for an evening tour. It's sure to please.

16 comments:

Becky said...

Ok, I'm totally relaxed at the moment. That relaxed feeling will probably last until I get in the bed and then my eyes will pop wide open and I'll be looking at the clock all night to make sure I don't miss my 4:15 a.m. wake-up. That's right 4:15! YIKES!! At least I'm headed to the west coast tomorrow so I will at least gain two hours!! Hope it's warm and sunny in California for the next two days. It doesn't look quit like destin but hey, I get paid to do it. YEAH!!!!

Susie said...

Sis-Have fun on the west coast and be careful! I think you need to get to bed with that early wake up!!

Eve said...

Susie, you are one killer tour guide. I have always loved seagulls and I love to feed them and watch them swoop in. They are moochers and a lot of fun to watch.

I'm trying to talk Billy into going with me and taking the metal detector. I love walking the beach and looking for treasure. Even if you don't find anything, it is good smell the salt air and feel the sand between your toes.

Meadowview Thymes said...

I needed this--it's been a busy, hectic, stressful week. Thanks for the get-a-way. Can we go again really soon?? :)

raccoonlover1963 said...

Hi Susie. Thanks for stopping by earlier. It has been driving me nuts not having access to the internet for almost a month! Your pictures are very tranquil and relaxing. Great shots.
Lisa

beckie said...

Ahhhh, my nerves are calm, my stress is leaving and I am enjoying the peace. Wonderful tour with great stops along the way. And the tour guides were superb!

Susie said...

Eve-Those gulls are fun to watch! I think it's pretty neat how they are always facing into the wind.

Ahhh, walking the beach is such great therapy. The salty sea spray, the cool breezes, you should definitely take that walk.

Meadowview-Glad the tour helped with the stress. We'll be going another tour soon. Only the next one won't be as relaxing, sorry.

Lisa-I'm glad you enjoyed my pics. It's terrible to be disconnected from the blogging world. I'm really glad to see you back on board.

Beckie-I'm glad you enjoyed the tour. The next one promises to be a little different but interesting.

Beth said...

Hi Susie - oh that beach looks so wonderful! Sorry I haven't been on your blog - it's been so busy with school back in full swing - absolutely no time for gardening lately :O(

flydragon said...

Susie,
Thanks for the great tour. I loved walking on the beach, but next time I better take my shoes off. Full of sand!!

perennialgardener said...

What a great stressfree trip. Thanks for taking us along on your tour. :) Great post today Susie, very creative.

Gail said...

Lovely, I needed to relax. After being sick for two weeks, I am worn out! Thank you for a deep breath, the first of the day,

Gail

Miss Sandy said...

Glorious visit to the beach! I only get to visit the beach once a year so any time I go, even virtually, I'm in! Great pics!

Susie said...

Beth-I can certainly understand being busy with school back in session. My hubbie is a teacher/coach so he is busy also.

Flydragon-You have got to take those shoes off before walking in the sand!!!

Racquel-I'm glad you enjoyed the tour! We had a great time on our trip, just toooooo short!!!

Gail-Sorry you have been sick. That is never any fun. Hope you are feeling better now.

Sandy-We don't get to the beach too often ourselves. We love going in Fall. It's less crowded and a little cooler.

DP Nguyen said...

You've totally made me relax from my long day. Everything is so beautiful!!!

Susie said...

DP-Nothing like the ocean to help you relax.

Msrobin said...

Okay, I have to know! Just what beach is that? We've recently returned from Hilton Head, and it sure looks just like that! What lovely photos, you get relaxed just looking at them!