At 10 this morning I thought about going kayaking out on Mill Bay,
just to check out how the seals did after the recent storm.
It looked as beautiful and bright as we showed you on yesterday's picture of the "Trusted Tusty".
...So clear that, with our scope, we could see the color on the sea gulls seating on the rocks.
But we saw a few thunderstorm on the horizon.
Then, the rains came; the tide rose and visibility suddenly dropped.
Couldn't tell where the sea and the sky met!
And, it was rain and snow.
Although only 43 degrees, it was just like the forecast said:
SATURDAY . RAIN LIKELY. . .MIXING WITH SNOW IN THE MORNING. NO SNOW
ALCCUMULATION. HIGHS IN THE MID 40S. WEST WIND 15 MPH SHIFTING T0 THE
NORTH IN THE AFTERNOON.
It was, cold snow flakes that melted on your skin the moment they hit.
We are beginning to think that Summer has ended in Kodiak!.