Day at the Beach
Noah and Lulu had a blast trying to get the kite to fly.
The wind was fickle and I'm sure Sarah and I entertained a lot of people on the beach trying to get the kites to fly.
Noah and Lulu had more fun just running around with a short bit of line than they would have if we'd got them to stay up anyway.
Noah did pretty good not garroting beach goers with the kite line.
The kids spent most of their time fighting the tide. Here's Arwen carrying a huge rock to fortify the castle wall.
Joshua was transfixed by the waves, and cold. So he spent much of his time wrapped up in his towel.
Noah dancing a jig.
A Larkin look.
Viewpoint on the way home. Also we noticed the sign was down for the largest sitka spruce in the pacific north west. When we checked the park sure enough the largest sitka spruce was now a large stump. That's kinda sad.
We stopped off at Camp18 for dinner and had fun looking at all the old logging tools. The food is only ever okay there. The kids were in "need" of a treat so we ordered a bread pudding and a brownie with fudge and whipped cream. It was huge and was easily shared around the table.