Warning, this post is picture heavy. You might want to get a cup of tea first.
We interupt dollhouse miniatures for vacation photos. No you can not leave, you just sit right there and enjoy it. ;)
Our first guest. Of course, I said, "Hello, dear!" :)
The sun was just beginning to set.
Look at the beautiful pastel colors!
View from the left.
The next day, the sky was this brilliant shade of blue.
Much better inside the Cabana tent. :)
The "Compound." Boys tent is in the front, then the girls tent and then the parental units are in the back. The cabana is just peeking out from behind the truck.
I love this tent! It's huge for one thing, and you can unzip it and let the sides gather like curtains. We'd do that, but, it's also our protection from the mosquitos, that feasted on us the night before when we had no where to hide!
Our little place in the sand. :) I have more pictures of middle daughter sleeping at the beach, apparently, that's how she spent the majority of her time.
Oldest brought along a Chemistry text so she could try to test out of taking the class. Which she did succeed at. :)
Daddy and Mommy and baby makes three. Some painted ponies. When horses are on the beach, it's hot. When they're in the water it's really hot!
Here's my "MOMster" truck at our other favorite beach, the National Park, where you can drive right up to the ocean. :) It's very cool there.
The gang in the water. We brought oldest daughter's bf along with us.
The view from in front of the truck.
To our left.
And, to the right. Vehicles park around two hundred feet apart.
Hubby made me take this picture. Our baby among the clouds.
So peaceful. See how far away the other cars are? I must have had the camera on telephoto for the other shots.
Here's a motley crew if ever there was one.
After a storm. No one's on the beach, dangerous rip tides.
This is low tide. We lost half of the beach to the ocean.
See the line in the sand? That's where high tide is, half way up the dune. When hurricanes are coming up the coast, it's not unusual for the ocean to go over the dune.
And then, there were two. I took oldest off to college and hubby took the younger two to band camp.
Last day four wheeling.