Good morning from a very active Sandbridge Beach this morning weather wise as we look forward to winter storm Diego moving away from us and taking with it the affects on our weather. Diego is not considered one of our friends.
Winds are blowing steadily at 25-30 miles per hour along the oceanfront this morning, and we had gusts yesterday upwards of 40 miles per hour. Add to that a good amount of rain, some sleet, and a few minutes of snow and that made for a very ugly day along the beach. We even had some of the flags in front of our office tattered by the strong weather. Very surprising for us.
We look for better weather ahead, but this morning we look back on Memory Monday to a great photo that reminds us that not all of our vacation rentals are occupied by families getting together. While we don’t normally rent to non-family groups….one could consider these ladies an extended family once you hear their story.
This photo is of a group of ladies that came and stayed with Blue in September. Ann L tells the story of this remarkable photo.
She says “we live in a small rural town on the Rhappahannock river. On our street great neighbors join together in times of need and times of fun. 9 ladies pictured here make an annual trip to the beach…and this is the official trip picture.” What a great looking group of friends!
We think that is inspiring, and great. Thank you Ann for sharing your photo of you and your friends with us. It seems to us that times like this are rare occasions these days and it is encouraging to see the enjoyment of just being together and sharing in a photo.
We look forward to serving you and your group again soon.
All the best from the beach!