Silver Sands Motel & Beach Cottages
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... d probably still be there talking except she had a doctor appointment. We decided from now on we'll coordinate our trips to Peru, so the men can go to their reunions and we can go play together! How amazing is that??!! I am still blown away. Of course I had to phone Lucy and tell her about it, and she was amazed too.
Other than that (and I probably can't take much more excitement in one day!) we drove up around ...
... girl, Sophia, who met Lincoln for the first time today. They were so cute together. I know they'll both be walking and causing trouble by the end of the summer.
It was a great last full day of our vacation. We are very sad for it to end tomorrow. We plan to take our time packing up to head home. Back to the grind on Monday.
Thank you to all who followed us along our journey!! We can't wait for our next camping adventure!
... an early dinner we had a campfire. It was more smoke and less fire because the wood was full of sap, but it was enough to toast some marshmallows. Being that it was too chilly to sit outside we retired early to watch some redbox movies.
Tomorrow is our last full day before heading home. The weather looks like it's going to be around 60 and sunny. If that is true, I promise not to complain!
... singing near the eggs, cows mooing at the milk section, Minnie Mouse on a trapeze, everywhere you look something is going on.
The produce looked so fresh. Soups, pizzas even mozzarella cheese is made fresh in store along with lots of other things. We spent a couple of hours just walking around.
We had not given the Chinaman much thought but he was still lurking in the shadows. The night before we were to meet Judy, ...
... port buildings, marine crafts, ships afloat and ships ashore being restored, a sea lover’s delight. The pinnacle was to go aboard the square rigger, Joseph Conrad –the star of Alan Villiers’ 1930’s circumnavigation and subsequent book The Cruise of the Conrad, one on my father’s bookshelves that helped whet my appetite for wandering under sail – or just plain wandering. ...