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  • And the afternoon seabreeze blew its tang into my lungs, and curled the waves in mid-channel.

    Chapter 7

  • We would outfit our grub and water in the morning, hoist the big mainsail (which was a bigger piece of canvas than any I had ever sailed under), and beat our way out the estuary on the first of the seabreeze and the last of the ebb.

    Chapter 7

  • I find the weather, the quality of sunlight, the always-changing scent on the seabreeze to be a powerful force.

    An Interview with James Hall

  • I have grown up in Tasmania on the east coast and the light and shade of a kelp forest or the whispering of a seabreeze through pine trees that edge a beach, the chuckle as waves push and pull at shell-grit: even now, those are the sounds that ground me when I am slightly worn out.

    Writer Unboxed » Blog Archive » Words, Pictures, Memory

  • She licked a paw, caught a lovely whiff of something fishy on the seabreeze, stretched in her sunny spot and slept.

    A Day At The Beach

  • Very few clouds, a lot of sun and heat, and a seabreeze from the Jersey Shore as we bring in the American New Year.

    40 days and 40 nights...

  • He'd sidled up to me just as my seabreeze was in need of a refill.

    My First Serial Killer

  • I pitched my tent in the back yard and spent a couple of nights blissfully lulled to sleep by waves and a seabreeze.

    Settlement Day and other goins ons…

  • It was one of those misty moisty days when the sea and sky blend, when you feel like you're wrapped in a cocoon of surf and seabreeze.

    SF Trip, Photos II: Places

  • Channel Road hits the Pacific Coast Highway at the ocean, so the chilly seabreeze meant she was wearing a long leather overcoat, but underneath, you know a tiny little halter top was barely hanging onto her neck, barely grazing the top of the ultra low rise, hip-hugging, shape-shifting designer jeans that hit perfectly mid-heel on her peep-toe suede wedges.

    Archive 2006-03-01

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