Earth Tones

As I watched the last ferry leave Cape Lookout off the coast of North Carolina last year and the last of the day tourists headed back to the mainland, I felt a euphoria. Literally, I would be almost completely alone that night and the next morning. I would be able to watch the sun drop into an orange blaze, drowned by the dark blue of the ocean alone. I would hear no voices, no dogs, nothing but the surf pounding the shore with the shrieks and calls of shorebirds as they gathered their last meals for the day. I would have this wonderful gift completely to myself. I felt the same way on Cumberland Island and in other isolated places within nature. Sitting alone, but not really alone. Because

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