The Rest of the Trail Tale

I did say hoity-toity didn’t I?The beautiful people and their enviable homes are part of the view,  but don’t get too close!We didn’t really mind.  We can’t use our ultra-ultra close-up lens if you get too cozy anyway.  Another of the plants I liked may be a bottle brush plant, but I don’t think so.  The flowers look like purple fireworks exploding.And finally, no teacher is worth her salt if she doesn’t talk about schools.  We came across a flock of birds hovering over the ocean close enough to leave their shadows.  I’m sure the fish below them were quivering with fear when they saw the shadows glide across their school crossing.With that I bid you good night, and pleasant reading and traveling.

Author: Marsha

Hi, I'm Marsha Ingrao, author, blogger and retired teacher/consultant. Read more about me here. http://wp.me/P7tP3I-2

4 thoughts on “The Rest of the Trail Tale”

  1. The flowers are stunning, of delicate beauty, I would love to see them in person. The bit about teachers talking about schools, and proceeding with the fish schools and pelicans’ (my dear friends) shadows made me grin incessantly. Loving these trail posts, gorgeous!

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    1. The whole central coast is gorgeous. In fact, the entire California coast is stunning. It’s as beautiful as they show it in movies, but with more traffic. You’ll have to journey out here. I’m sure we can find you a pelican friend or two, and you can teach us some feeding tricks!!1 We also have starfish, a great aquarium in Monterey Bay. If you’ve never been here, you owe it to yourself to come.

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