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When the skies are blue and the sun is shining, I’m easily distracted. It’s difficult to stay on task — whether I’m working at the office or doing chores at home. My sun-seeking mischievous twin finds ways to break out of interior confines and follow the call of the surf.
Thomas and Smitty enjoy the surf under the B Street pier Sunday afternoon. The Daily Triplicate/Michele Thomas
My oldest (by 20 minutes) son Collin recently relocated to Crescent City. He acknowledges now that I wasn’t fibbing when I’d boast about our beautiful weather here while he lived in Grants Pass where heavy fog and cold in winter can get really depressing. I remember a four-month stretch once when the fog never lifted. He’s been sufficiently impressed with the gorgeous days we’ve had.
Last weekend we spent both Saturday and Sunday afternoons under the B Street pier at low tide with our dogs. Collin’s 8-month-old pup Thomas was under the tutelage of his older, experienced “Uncle” Smitty, our yellow Lab mix who was teaching Thomas the ropes in the water. Our older Chow-mix, Martha, ignored them, preferring to sniff rocks and driftwood on higher ground.
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