That Sound . . .

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The sun shines on a bottle.

The bottle holds a cold drink.

A stiff breeze blows across the top of the bottle.

It makes a special sound, a low “woooooo.”

There’s a lot of summer packed into that sound!

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44 thoughts on “That Sound . . .

    • Those childhood memories are the best. Isn’t there some guy who plays music by blowing over bottles that have different amounts of liquid in them?

    • Oh, good–glad you could have a breath of summer during your cold months! I know you give me glimpses of your summer when we’re in the dead of winter!

  1. Oh, that’s a good sound! Whether soda bottles or beer. Did you notice the beer bottle in your photo has directions on how to pour out? I wonder if that’s just for the American market. πŸ˜‰

  2. No bottle this week, but I have been sitting outside doing some stitching every day this week, too, and it is lovely, even on hot days the shade is cool enough. Max takes a nap and “guards me.”😍 I could hear your bottle from here!

    • The sound coming from the bottle is kind of spooky, out of nowhere. I have a walking stick that has small holes on the side, to make it adjustable. Once, when hiking on a windy day, the wind blew across those holes just right and I got that same spooky sound! Kind of unnerving!

    • I’ve heard that sound through the windows, too! I was just saying to another counter that I have a walking stick that has small holes on the side, to make it adjustable. Once, when hiking on a windy day, the wind blew across those holes just right and I got that same spooky sound! Kind of unnerving!

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