Ever been to a triathlon? These events involve running, swimming and cycling. When the whole thing’s over, guys walk around in those Spandex garments like the one you see at left, usually with the top half lowered to their waists. Needless to say, the sights are spectacular. If you go to one, remember to bring your camera.
I’m up early this morning. I took my walk on the beach at seven AM. The temperature was cool and a light breeze blew. I saw a pod of baby dolphins about 150 yards off shore, just romping around and jumping into the air. It was so cool. Sights like that always make my morning walks special.
I’ll spend my morning working on my novel, Dodging a Pearl. But I’m not sure what I’ll do with my afternoon. My orthopedist won’t let me return to the YMCA until Wednesday, and I can’t ride my bike ’til then either, so I’m kind of restricted on what I can do, physically. Maybe I’ll take another walk? It looks like we’ll have an overcast day today, so at least it won’t be hot outside.
I had extremely heavy traffic on the blog this past weekend, about 2,000 visits each day. I received nice comments on recent photo posts, especially the “beautiful surfers” series. People are also asking when I might post more free fiction. It so happens a story I contributed to a Torquere Press anthology is no longer under contract. The story’s title is Winston Quirk. It tales place in The Bahamas in 1975. I’m thinking about posting the story in installments, as I did with Sebastian Inlet earlier this month. We’ll see.
Wherever you are, I hope you’ll have a nice Monday.