After watching the sunrise Sunday morning, it was breakfast for us. Leftover scallops and shrimp make a perfect omlet.
Then off to the beach awaiting the kids arrival but not before stopping by the 'locker room' to grab some chairs. Very nice to be able to come in the side door, rinse your stuff off and store in the locker before heading up to the condo. Very well thought out.
A very pretty day on the beach. Cierra and Blake arrived in enough time to come out and enjoy the 'normal beach day views' .
Even a 'wipe out' -
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And then it was time to relax - Chase and Mal arrived. Safe and sound even though there was an accident on the Bay Bridge. Ugh. Mal chose spaghetti for dinner. SURPRISE, haha. Never - that girl would eat spaghetti every day -
There was another beautiful moon -
And who would pass up Dumsers before bed? Not us OR the security guard of our building. So three it is!
And don't forget to use the crosswalks. We have seen so many people not do so and for the most part they are dressed in dark clothing. Who told them we can see them?!
A good night's sleep (we missed the sunrise) and a quick breakfast of cereal then out we go - Beautiful flowers -
Beautiful children -
And then what we have all been waiting for! 307 Boats registered -
we get there around 5 and missed a 86 lb. white marlin come in. There was a nice breeze and a LOT of people. Pretty boats -
The lady that donates her time to cutting up the donated fish -
The State police helicopter -
Even a Drone. I totally want a drone.
We watched for the flags - flying upside down or right side up.
Beautiful boats with awesome drivers that get in to check-in with just a few moves -
The fish? Well, there's a 550 lb blue marlin - and a white marlin (that didn't quite make weight)
Some dauphin, wahoo, big eye, yellowfin....oh my! It was definitely a good day out there. 295 of the 307 went out, I'd say we should see some fish!
We had already planned on Thrashers and burgers for dinner but I couldn't help but snap some shots of this boat on the way in to the inlet -
Yummy food -
Family time -
and Dad's bench is right between the Atlantic Stand and the Cork Street bar. (more to come on that)
No ice cream for us but it's so nice to sit on the balcony and listen to the waves crash. We even slept with the door cracked to sleep to the sound.
And now it's Tuesday - another beautiful day in our little paradise.