Wednesday, July 27, 2011

The Cape- Part II

During our stay at the Cape, we got to spend some time with our cousins that were also visiting from Oklahoma. It was fun playing at the beach with them because they are older then us and knew how to build sandcastles and dig big holes. We headed out the first day to Mayflower Beach, which is is great beach on the bayside, with warm water and a really long sandy beach (while the tide was out!). We played in little tide pools and found crabs, shells and even some seaweed.

On Tuesday, "Auntie" Sue and "Uncle" Mickey stayed with us, too. We headed out to Chapin Beach (also on the bayside) and decided to walk all the way to the very end of the sand (again, low tide) so we could jump the waves. We set up our umbrella, blankets, and chairs first and then walked to the edge of the water. Good thing mommy decided to carry me, because my little legs got tired just walking out there! The boys walked with everyone else and Jordan even got a lift towards the end, too.

After playing for about 20 minutes, Jordan asked to go back to our blanket for some juice so mommy took him. Good thing, too because the tide was coming in and we got stuck with all of our stuff out on a sandbar! Daddy, pepere and Mickey had to take all of our stuff across the water for us because it was too deep to carry ourselves. What an adventure!

We also spent a few days at the West Dennis Beach which was really close to our house. Spending time there meant a lot less of a beach to walk out on, but more shells to find which is my favorite part. I spent my time collecting shells and walking along the coastline with memere. All of us got brave the final day and actually walked out into the ocean up to our necks!

Here are a few pictures...Enjoy!


  1. Wow, what an adventure you guys are on ! G'ma can't wait to see you guys and hear all about the fun things you are doing. Love you and miss you lots and lots !

  2. Looks like everyone had a blast! We're headed to the mountains for a little getaway this week. Can't wait!