SNAPSHOT: Snow mountain, last light, evening delight

Our mountain at sundown last night was a snowcapped dream.
The final sliver of sunlight light up Anderson Island’s western shore.

Good morning Longbranch. The past two evenings have simply been breathtaking out here on the southern tip of the Key Peninsula. Warm temperatures, clear skies and the full pink moon rising must have something to do with it.

Well, we may see another delightful spring day today, as soon as the low clouds clear. The weather geeks are calling our high to cross north of the mid-70s but with partially cloudy skies. Then intermittent showers return for the weekend. We know beautiful sunny days never lasts forever in the pacific Northwest, but we sure soak it up while its hot.

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