Where in the world? Why, right here . . .

. . . in Long Beach, CA. 

Let me add a random photo so that Facebook and the WP Reader have something to show . . . 

As some people might have surmised, we are traveling. Under the weather, but traveling. 

We’re not doing our gym routine because, you know, best rest when not 100%. No worries, though; we’re only mildly out-of-sorts and nothing we can’t handle by whining and complaining and stomping our feet and holding our breaths and occasionally yelling at the Universe “WHY US?!? Why not Trump!?! Or, any of the countless worthless politicians living high at our expense?!?”

Supposedly that makes one feel better (or so would countless wannabe victims have you believe) but it must only work with some people. We’ll try it a few more hours but likely will revert back to stoic suffering. Better yet, active resistance to feeling sorry for ourselves. 

As for where we’re traveling to . . . well, that will have to wait. I prefer not to divulge my traveling plans lest the hordes of fans might be tempted to meet me someplace. I like my privacy, you see. Plus, because I’m a considerate cuss, I wouldn’t want to pass on whatever I have. I say that because these days, everyone wants to hug. Even guys. 

I’d hug Trump, of course, and perhaps cough into my hand just before one of his famous handshakes. 

I shouldn’t say that . . . I really don’t wish him ill. The opposite, even . . . I wish he would turn into a decent and caring human being; I which his faculties would return from wherever they’re currently vacationing; I wish someone would change his diapers more often and find a big enough pacifier. Most of all, I wish he took a dislike to Twitter.

Anyway, yesterday we went for a walk on Long Beach. The actual beach . . . it’s long. 

Of course, I took some photos . . . I’ve not processed them but I did arrange them into an album I can share with you, my loyal readers. 


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10 Responses to Where in the world? Why, right here . . .

  1. AnnMarie says:

    I STILL wish I was there . . . not complaining about being in the Midwest, you understand . . . ’cause right now it’s ice-less and snow-less . . . AWESOME!


  2. sandra getgood says:

    Nice pictures… that really is a very Long Beach!


    • disperser says:

      Thank you, Sandra. We walked only one mile into it (and out). The beach is a continuous four miles before a break for an inland channel. There beach beyond it but I think it carries a different name.

      Overall, we walked a shade over four miles. Would have done more but we weren’t feeling 100%.


  3. A long beach can be found in Western Australia, it’s named 80 mile beach. it’s actually slightly longer at 140 miles 230 km, but I believe Long Beach Ca, is a town with a big ship as it’s main attraction; not a long beach.


    • disperser says:

      It’s not that big a ship, either. But, they do have funnel cakes . . . Perhaps they should be called Funnel Cake, CA.


      • It was the biggest fastest in the world when it was built. More class and character than the present day livestock carrier/casinos


      • disperser says:

        Well, I’ll be sailing one of those classless livestock carriers.

        And, I’ll like it. I guess I’m just livestock, after all.

        . . . but, you should know something . . . one can find the same level of snobbery in modern cruise ships as was in evidence in them “glory days” of yesteryear. As a human trait, snobbery is alive and well. Thriving, even.


  4. I hope you are both over-the-weather soon and feeling sunny!
    I was in Long Beach eons ago. I remember it being beautiful!
    HUGS and enjoy your travels! :-)


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