|Driver said she really didn't need to see. We could tell her what was behind|
us, and she had the side mirrors! What could we tell her unless we stuck our heads out
the windows? Ha! We survived the 3 hour drive each way obviously.
|We stayed in a trailer park on the beach that is owned by the friend of a friend.|
My friend warned me that it was trailer trash not fancy.
|And yes, the place was kinda scary as we found "our" trailer. It was|
a community of people who lived there all year round and they stared
at us laughing women as we circled and circled the place.
|But we soon introduced ourselves and made some great new friends.|
There was a veteran in a wheelchair who made his living by fishing and selling his bounty to the park people. We enjoyed a scrumptious dinner of fresh crab for $5 a piece!!
|T and me.|
|It took a few hours to stop checking her iphone for reception.|
|This is the path to the beach right behind our trailer.|
|View from that path back over the lovely neighborhood.|
|Path over the huge sand dunes.|
|I love beach trees!|
|OMG the dunes made my legs scream in agony!|
|A stray kitty made herself at home with T.|
|The banana s'mores I brought were a big hit when put in the ashes later that night!|
|Laughing at our goofy clothes. They expected warm days for some reason!|
So they had to improvise. Silly ladies!
|C reminds me of a blond Jackie O.|
|Had a great time & as expected, we laughed, snorted, drank and even had a tearful|
moment as we talked about our mothers and their absences.
I am so thankful for good friends.