I went down to the Festival of Sail early this morning, but it was foggy and overcast so I didn’t stay long. Really, after 21½ years in San Diego, I should know not to go downtown before about noon after the sun has burned the fog and marine layer away. Will I never learn?
In addition to all of the tall ships that were in port, they were having a sand-sculpting contest down by the Cruise Ship Terminal. Here’s my favorite sand sculpture from the day:
They win points from me for putting real tires and lights on the sand sculpture, as well as parking the model vehicle right next to it.
Now I’m sad and depressed thinking about the only thing I could ever do with sand, which was to bury myself in it.
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