Saturday, May 19, 2012


"We are tied to the ocean. And when we go back to the sea, whether it is to sail or to watch--we are going back from whence we come."
~John F. Kennedy

My very favorite place in RI is in Newport. Ocean Drive is a 10-mile road that curves and twists with the coastline. The views are spectacular, stretching out to Breton Point and the Atlantic Ocean. We often sailed past this coastline on our way to Cutty Hunk Island or Martha's Vineyard. But when on land, this is the place I most wanted to be, especially on a day like this one, when the skies were dark and the sea was roiling. I love to feel the salt spray on my face and inhale that unique fragrance that is the sea. These are the last images of RI from this trip. I'm not sure when we'll be back there, so the memory of this day will have to last me for awhile. The photos will speak for themselves.


  1. Breton point? As in Breton from Bretagne (Brittany) on the French Atlantic and English Channel coasts? It does look very similar, oh I love it!

  2. Thank you for sharing your trip. Such lovely photos.


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