The morning after our recent snowfall of a couple inches, I detoured to my little piece of paradise - carefully, in case the road was still snow covered and impassable (there's a hill leading down to the water.) Fortunately, it was clear, so I could drive down without concern.
In the following picture, there is some snow, and yes, the water is high...because it's high tide:
Here's a view across the inlet:
When I first drove in, lo and behold, there was already a car parked there! (That was a first!) An elderly gentleman was sitting in the driver's seat, enjoying his morning coffee alone in the car, and he greeted me "good morning, Ma'am." I responded in kind, and went on about my business taking pictures. No issues, no problems. (However I did sense that he looked me over fairly thoroughly...)
It's nice to know that someone else has good taste in serene locations!
One of my readers observed in a recent comment that, in winter, cis-women (other than those in NYC) tend to dress in pants or leggings and tops (or a dress serving as a top.) Following is a picture of one of my everyday outfits. This is what I typically wear - various turtleneck tunics, stirrup leggings (in warmer weather, capris) and pantyhose or tights, with flats. Absolutely nothing from the men's department. And if my January trip actually comes to pass, it will be made wearing everyday outfits just like this:
However, I still plan to take one (1) skirt - just in case the opportunity to fully-dress arrives. Unfortunately, space in my suitcase dictates ONLY ONE. :-( Initially, I thought I might take my mid-calf denim skirt (with flats instead of Mary Janes - which unfortunately don't fit well enough to wear all day while traveling):
But now, I'm "waffling" on that choice....so it may be this knee-length denim skirt - which you've seen in posts several times previously:
Or this red one - again, with flats for traveling:
IMHO, the front runner right now is my knee-length denim skirt. A close second in line is the above red one. Anyone care to offer suggestions or thoughts about my selections, or share any other thoughts on "What should I wear?"
Your ideas are welcomed...and I could be convinced to change my mind! (Before you ask, yes, I still have that jumper dress I wore on an excursion a couple of months ago!)