A Word a Week Challenge: Roof

This week’s A Word a Week Challenge: Roof came during our annual week at the beach.  We stay at Pawleys Island, South Carolina, in a house one row off the beach, but we have a good vantage point from the widow’s walk on our roof.  My husband and I spend the “golden hours” (as I’ve learned to call them from the WordPress challenges up on that roof) so I’m sharing a couple of pictures from my little bird’s nest “up top.”

If I’m there at sunrise, this is the view I get from that widow’s walk.  I look beyond two rooflines toward the ocean at daybreak to jumpstart my day.

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When I look back, I see another widow’s walk with an owl decoy standing proudly to guard his “estate” at Pawleys, the oldest seashore resort in America.

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And if I direct my attention to the marsh, I look at the roofs of the porches on the docks stretching into the creek.

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About Oh, the Places We See

Met at University of Tennessee, been married for 47 years, and still passionate about travel whether we're volunteering with Habitat Global Village, combining work at Discovery with pleasure, or just seeing the world. Hope you'll join us as we try to see it all while we can!
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6 Responses to A Word a Week Challenge: Roof

  1. Pingback: Morning walk creekside: Pawleys Island, South Carolina | Oh, the Places We See . . .

  2. David says:

    You can see a lot from a roof, including the one on your own home. It’s just a matter of having a reason. 🙂

    • Rusha Sams says:

      Love getting up in the morning during our beach week and either going up on this roof or heading out to the beach. Either way, sunrise is awesome! Thanks for reading and commenting!

  3. You are blessed to wake up each morning so close to the sea with the golden sunrise to greet you with a welcoming warmth and joy. Beautiful images. Thanks.

    • Rusha Sams says:

      You are right. We are very blessed. We travel when we can afford to — to see the world but also to do it before our good health runs out and we can’t anymore! I love the blogs like yours because they help me see what I can’t get to!

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