Sunday, September 1, 2013

Gregory and Sasha Guckenburg at Cobblestone Beach

Our last day here, it is tempting to be reflective and possibly maudlin.  A lot of people have asked what were the best and worst things about staying on Seguin over the Summer.  And really, there is no downside to the totality of the experience.  There are no single ups or downs in a a Summer here - there is only the feeling that it has been a remarkable and singly fantastic experience.

Avery Tiedge enjoying Seguin Fingerpuppets
Tyler Tiedge learning to barbeque

FOSILS lobster dinner yesterday brought about 20 to the Island to enjoy the evening.  If the weather hadn't been iffy leading up to the event it could have been larger.

Mary and I have been happy to contribute to the maintenance and upkeep of Seguin Island for the past 15 weeks and hope to find ways to continue in the future.
Aerial photo by Andrew Sims

Greg Guckenburg

Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Late summer goldenrod glows,
Yellow, wild and bright.
Warm days, often hot.  Cool nights.

Mary Hillery