Monday, June 22, 2020

Postcards 2020 Wrightsville Beach 50's-60's

These cards are from the 1950's-60's The first highlights the drawbridge over to Wrightsville Beach crossing over the intracoastal waterway. And the second is folks frolicking in the surf. The third is just a view of the beach from the ocean side.

When I first thought of doing postcards from one destination all year, I had no idea that we would be sheltering in place and being restricted in our travel this year!!  It is almost like I predicted that my entire year of 2020 would be in only one place. How weird is that?? I do not live at Wrightsville Beach anymore, but I figure folks who live in such places are very lucky. Where I live now, I can see the water and the snow covered mountains at the SAME TIME.  I know folks who are looking out their windows to hummingbirds and gorgeous sunsets and amazing clouds and storms and part of my postcard message this year is that there is so much history, beauty and nature wherever you are....and I hope that while staying at home, everyone is appreciating their places in the world. 

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