“The weather was so-so. But it’s fun to see Nature, go to the beach, and get some fresh air,” said Riki G.
The photos show the grayness of the day and a sun that couldn’t quite make it out.
“The geese were being annoying, so I said ‘Shut up geese,’ ” said Meredith A.
The Canada geese can be seen in the pond and along the shoreline.
“I found a seashell, and I have sand in my shoes,” said Riki. “It feels weird.”
No deer were seen, but footprints of a deer were, bringing us “one step closer to seeing a deer,” said one participant.
Offerings from the sea — driftwood and smooth stones — were placed at the grotto.
The landscape has only a touch of color, but after this warm weekend, we expect there will be a lot more buds opening on trees and flowers and with it a more colorful scene.
Meredith Arout, Riki Garcia, Andrew Moszenberg with Kathryn Carse. Photos by Merdith Arout, Aaron Bialer and Kevin Distefano.