We unpacked the truck and trailer right away and everything was put away, and the mountain of laundry was started. Tuesday laundry was finished and put back in the trailer. Then I started the task of cleaning up the trailer from front to back so it's all ready to go for the next time before we put it back in storage. That sounds so sad "back in storage.".
I wish we could keep it here at the house but we just don't have the room. I also think we should name our sweet home away from home instead of just calling it "the trailer" because we always have such a fun time when we travel in it and it makes camping (if you can call it "camping") so comfortable. Any name ideas?
We had a great time with friends, the food was delicious, and the weather was glorious. Although it did start out with rain, as it poured on us pretty much the whole time we were driving there but by the time we arrived at the campground it had stopped and didn't rain again until sometime during Sunday night.
That little black dot behind Nanook is Lena!
Let me tell you these two pups were tired and ready for bed early every night while camping.
Here is the Pacific Beach side. A bunch of young men on their side.
Everything is in place and it's about to begin.
Pacific Beach looked strong at the beginning and were making progress then something happened and Moclips was beginning to to make progress. Then neither one was going anywhere, the crowd went wild each person cheering for their side. Then Moclips won! (I think they gained a couple of extra people during the pulling.) This was an upset for sure! I know the last two years we have been watching PB has won. I heard that Moclips continued celebrating their win way into the evening that night.
After the Tug-of-War we went back to fly kites, play in the ocean and just sit and relax on the beach soaking it all in.
the beautiful sunset.
It was a gorgeous one that night.
Sunday is the Kelp Parade and this is our group waiting for it to begin.
After the parade we walked down to the little town and wander among the shops and had ice cream before heading back to camp and having a late lunch.
It was late in the afternoon by the time we made it down to the beach.
The dogs were patiently waiting for someone to throw out the tennis balls.
Wayne, Nanook and I walked the beach all the way to town then walked up to our camp. Here is the last longing look we took of the ocean before heading back to camp for dinner and watching one more sunset which I failed to get a picture of. I just enjoyed it.
I miss the ocean already.