A cold but clear day with no wind, so my wife, daughter and two dogs set out for a big walk at noon, determined to walk all the way to the southernmost point in town by the water. This is a walk that can only be done at low tide, there is a tidal creek that needs to be crossed and at anything but lowtide the crossing can be a wet one.
Aside from the length of the walk and the great sunshine, a few standouts from the stroll.
We saw the Behlman’s out in their toy tugboat.
Found a lot of rice on the beach, indicating some lucky couple was married on the sands this morning.
Saw a lot of Canada Geese
And came home as the sun went over the bluffs to the west.
There was no sadness over this walk being the last, because tomorrow will be the first!
Thanks to the MIT Advertising Lab blog for this pointer:
“SEO for Firefox is a little plug-in for search engine optimizers (optimizators?) that ammends Google and Yahoo search results will all sorts of related trivia on sites that show up in the search results. This will give you an idea why certain site is ranked higher up than others for a particular search term. To give an example you guys can relate to: if you search for “advertising blog”, these three come up at the top: Adverblog, Adrants and Adland (I was pleasantly surprised to learn that Ad Lab is #4).”
I downloaded and enabled the plug-in and find it fairly useful. The MIT blog is a recent discovery and a good one that has gone into the blogroll.