More snow is on the way here. Temps have been below zero all week. Winter is wearing out it’s welcome as far as I am concerned. So I have found a way to keep warm. And it involves a confession. I am embarrassed to say I have become a bit of a voyeur. But I do not think that it is a bad thing. Since I can not afford a pricey vacation, at this time… I have become an armchair traveler, instead. Everyday between 5pm to 7pm… I sit here at my desk, and watch the sun set over the Gulf of Mexico, down in
I do this via a BEACH Panama City Florida CAM on my
computer. Along with the spectacular view… I get to people watch too, as
folks stroll along the waterfront. I
live vicariously through them, imagining myself there. It has brought me such
joy… to tune into the live feed… of sand and surf. It is the best entertainment
there is… because it is real life, in real time with real people. And I’m grateful technology
has afforded me this luxury… at this time in my life… when mobility issues make
such a walk along the beach, to see a sunset, impossible.. not to mention how
many miles I would have to travel to do so. Until I discovered the BEACH CAMS I
missed the surf and sand. There was a restless yearning I had to be part of it again,
since I grew up having the ocean as such an integral part of my life. And
thanks to Seahaven Beach Resorts
Beach Cam (http://seahavenbeach.com/panama-city-beach-web-cam/) and Schooner’s Beach Cam (thanks sonya for telling me about this one)(http://www.schooners.com/multimedia/beachcam.htm
) the beach life is once again in my life. And that makes me happy, on snowy days, like this… when Cabin
Fever rears it’s ugly head and there is no place to wander, except online.
PS). Just so you all know...
The Seahaven Beach Cam
changed it's camera location, this week,
so you no longer see the sunset.