Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Only at the beach

do we see and do certain things.

For example, only at the beach would we ever consider buying this cake.

As always, click on an image to see a larger version of it.

Here, we not only considered the cake, we bought it and carried it home with us.

Perhaps it is because the ocean's majesty awakens in us an appreciation of power and art that we normally lack. Consider the cake's soulful left eye, with its single tear, the Mona Lisa-like complexity of the left side of its smile, or the mysterious lack of blue icing all around the bottom layer. Clearly, an artist was enticing us with his/her mysteries.

The beach is also the only place where I see chalkboard messages like this one.

Of course, I may simply hang out in all the wrong places.

On the continuing news front, the Bobcake remains standing, though in a decreasingly smaller form.

I don't think we'll finish it tomorrow, but with luck, we will conquer this beast of chocolate goodness before we return home.

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