Along with the wonderful crabbing experiences, we also spent hours in the sun and sand this past vacation. While we did not build one of our traditional sand sculptures, there was a large wall built to block the wind one day, bocce to play and hours of digging holes and covering toes.
While the seagulls are not nearly as bothersome on this beach as they are at the more popular and boardwalk beaches, they are still there. Frequently arriving in the evening, the seagulls provided a fun option for entertainment for some. Feeding (never near the people so that there are no "accidents") and chasing seagulls are always good for a giggle.
At one point, the older girls convinced Emily that if she stood a certain way the birds were more likely to come right to her. She tried a couple of days in a row with no success.
No Foreman trip to anywhere is complete with out some loving competition. Jon, the soon to be Foreman, fit right in with his race challenge to Bethann.
And use the pay phone? The kids thought this was the most curious and hilarious item we saw all week.
And of course there is always time to just explore and enjoy the sand with an after dinner walk.
This is the day that the Lord has made; let us rejoice and be glad in it. (Psalm 118:24)