We’ve heard about Double Bluff on Whidbey Island before we ever put an offer on the cabin, but didn’t visit until today, a gorgeous, non-windy day that may have reached 60 degrees in the heat of the afternoon. I had packed the hats, gloves, and multiple layers that immediately got ditched or drenched, depending upon the child.
I love this reflection shot.
She tripped, and is only halfway down in this shot.
I had to dig in the car to find an old 2T pull-up to keep her bits somewhat protected under my sweatshirt.
Once Wesley started waking up, he headed straight to the water. We stripped him while he was still dry.
Hey Wes, there’s good reason to wear your pants (and underwear) the right way. Silly boy.
Give Dwayne’s kids some water, sand, and sticks, and they can play until the sun goes behind the bluff and the temperature drops 20 degrees. Oh, note to self: take out the dead baby crab that Piper put in my jacket pocket.
We weren’t the only ones having fun. These guys played for hours on their boogie boards. I can’t believe my camera caught this shot.
I so want to do this someday.
We have a lot more to explore at this park.
We had to drag this boy out of the water, shivering and chattering.
All three in one shot! I’m a happy mom.