After our fabulous 4th at the cabin, we managed to leave a few important items at the cabin. Dwayne left his coat and keys there, and I made a big deal about me having to go back to get them, but full disclosure makes me admit that I left my credit card at the thrift store. They put it in a safe for me, and I picked it up first thing when we got to the island (and then used it to buy lunch for me and the kids at the Braeburn—yum!). But since we were there, we decided to hang out at the beach.
Piper declared that she wasn’t going to touch the sand at all and vowed to not have any fun (she didn’t get to go to the beach she wanted—these deprived children have at least 4 good beaches to chose from close to the cabin). That lasted until she was ignored long enough and then she and Kyla built their own beach house out of drift wood, seaweed, and shells.
They even made a hidden shelf for all their shell dishes!
Building codes forced them to build an outdoor kitchen and fire pit. Don’t mess with Island County regs!
I’m not sure what Wesley is doing (though I am just as shocked at you that he’s wearing clothes), but one can appreciate the beauty of our Northwest summers in this shot.