Closing Out 2022 — pat morss

Things were about normal for the end of the year.

Boats standing tall in hibernation.
Turkeys in the trees.
Hit by an early storm that caused worse chaos across most of the country.
A good day to stay in port.
Surveying the coastal breakers (color photo).
Flocks of winter Robins are back.
With a few Cedar Waxwings joining them to eat berries.
A couple of days of hockey on Niles Pond before the thaw.
US Coast Guard conducting exercises.
A perfect place in the low winter sun (mom or dad beyond).
And many more red sunsets.
New Year’s Eve toast with warm Sambucca (with 3 “flies”) and chilled Pear-apple Brandy.
Ushering in 2023 at the Rocky Neck Polar Plunge, with a towel for Dad.

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