The apple cobbler that was abandoned in the Dutch Oven the night before, due to the rain, became a very delicious start to this morning.
Brooke was busy reading while Scott made eggs and bacon. We learned an interesting lesson. Scott likes to freeze the eggs and anything else he can before we leave so that the cooler stays colder longer. Usually he mixes the eggs up first, but this time he left the yolks in tact. They were pretty stubborn about defrosting. It made for some interesting scrambled eggs.
After some bacon and eggs and apple cobbler we had some hammock time and then headed to the beach.
Cody has his shovel and he is ready for the beach. He is the only one who never brings a chair. He doesn’t really sit.
The beach was a little colder today than it was yesterday. That didn’t keep us from dipping our toes in the water.
Scott went for a swim and Brooke danced in the water.
Cody was a little confused as to what his sister was doing. He tried to talk her into working in the sand and then gave up running back to shore.
While Brooke was dancing I was busy pressing the camera button and keeping the waves company. Cody finally sat down to play in the waves too.
The flies started to become a bit much, so Brooke decided to read in the water.
Scott, being the resourceful guy that he is, decided to turn a towel into a horse tail and whip the flies. He, he, he. Scott finally had enough and walked back to camp and left us to play at the beach until 5:30.
We found Scott napping in his hammock, so we all hung out on the hammocks and read. Then Cody told me he wanted to go on a walk because he was curious about where some roads led. So, he and I went on a walk. The bugs wanted to come with us too.
One of my favorite parts of this campground is the boardwalk.
Cody and I had fun reading the signs and taking the perfect picture to capture it all.
We ended the night with showers. I used the boys’ shower bag since Brooke had already grabbed the girls’ shower bag. I went to put on what I thought might be shampoo on my head, only to discover it was hair gel. I had started to pack Scott’s shower bag before we left and he scooped it up saying it was just fine. He showers only with a bar of soap. He thinks shampoo and conditioner are unnecessary extras. Too funny. Scott made us some chicken and veggies over the campfire for dinner. It was another beautiful day.
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