I hit the sweet spot. The weather in Rhode Island has been ab fab – low humidity, temperature barely touching 80 degrees and sun. The beautiful beginning to summer before things start getting hot and sticky. And tiny Rhode Island (the smallest state in the union) is not an island…but when it comes to coastline? It might as well be.
Here’s the little ocean state.
On summer weekends, the best beaches get CROWDED but we picked a Wednesday to head to the beach. And it was JUST gorgeous. I mean seriously pretty.
I thought I’d point out a few things that make these beautiful beaches different from my home base beaches in Belize.
1. THE WATER TEMPERATURE Clear and pretty with some waves slowly rolling in, this water is FAAAAA-REEEEZZZZING this time of year. Like burn your feet off cold. The sea is lucky to be in the low 60s (right now we are about mid 80s in Belize water-wise) and the sea breeze coming over the water? Just as cold!
Eeeek. Best not to look at them too closely.
And now from my nephew Nate, age 8- 1.the water isn’t very cold once you go in. 2.our aunt is very very nice but she’s crazy (very very crazy)she’s wearing the same pants since she got here(6 days)also the same sweatshirt. 3.When Rebecca got here we started calling her Loretta . To all followers please call REBECCA LORETTA
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