Thursday, May 22, 2008

Parasailing & Jetskiing

originally published on 8.30.06

The sun finally came out today so we were able to see what the Cape really looks like in late August, namely:

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Ta-Da!

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Look closely you can see the typical lighthouse in the background...

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Look at how wispy the clouds were!

Now for parasailing, which I haven't done since I went to Cabo San Lucas last May, but it was just as neat - as before - the utter silence as your chute glides through the air really makes one grateful that God has given one time to redeem and make His.

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And now for my views while I was up there...

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Here you can see some of the plant growth in the water. All around the Cape water is only 5-6 feet deep for quite a ways out.

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My chute...notice the holes? It allows for the chute to be pulled. If the boat stops you drop at a moderate speed straight down.

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Coming back to earth...

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And then being transported again...the view from my jetski...

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A deep gratefulness for the blessings that God has bestowed upon me that I have the means to take time to enjoy moments like this.

Dennis, Cape Cod

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