|Can't keep them out of the sand. Not even trying...|
In ANNNNNNY case...you know what's coming. A whole bunch of pictures to peruse. Diving right in...daily entertainment: family walks morning, noon, and night
[Short story about the beach at night...it was covered in crabs. We did manage to see a bigger one with a flashlight and then suddenly it was gone. We were stunned at how fast it could move-like the wind just carried it away.]crafts we brought along (thanks, Jill!!)
swinging in the hammock
playing at the park
and keeping up the general messiness.
|Looks just like home.|
Mommy got a little carried away collecting oyster shells on the beach...so much mother of pearl. So little time. But these are treasures that were inspiring craftiness! She couldn't stop, Tim didn't fight it, and quite a nice pile made it home.
And we indulged. The island was strange because most of the restaurants were only open from 4 PM to 9 PM everyday. We're still wondering how these places make it on such a small window of money making time. But we weren't in town to think, just relax. We relaxed with donuts...
and ice cream...you are aware it is illegal to go on vacation without eating ice cream. At least in Tim's family.
|Ice cream delivery!|
Despite what the expressions below are saying, we were happy to see them.Somehow Aunt Sue and Nana got roped into miniature golfing with us. It made them feel like this:
But Sue is a great golfer and Miriam got free lessons...her first stroke of all time was a hole in one!
When it was time to head home, we were ready. All relaxed, eager to sleep in our own beds, but a little sad to say goodbye to the beach.
Surely we'll be back...if the bug has anything to say about it.