Sea Camp

For the second summer in a row, John spent a week enamored by Sea Camp at the Tybee Island Marine Science Center.  I swear, he talked about the camp at least once a week for fifty-two weeks straight.

As a mini beach explorer for the week, John explored the seashore, countless sea creatures and the animals on exhibit inside (our faves being Salty the turtle and [forgothisname] the alligator).  Each night he impressed us with his new-found knowledge of tides, tidal pools, dunes, turtles, crabs, dolphin and being a responsible beach-goer.

After dropping the camper off each morning, we were free to lounge on the beach less one little.  And when I’m down one at the beach, Daddy-O tends to take over while Mother and I chit chat under the shade of our umbrella.  I fully expect we’ll be back next year!  And the year after that I’ll have them both in camp.  Good heavens, I can hardly fathom the day…

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No. 246

As I’m gearing up for my regularly scheduled Bunco night, new friend A texts me to see if I’d want to ditch the dice and join her (and her college roomie A) to dine at a new restaurant that their friend from college recently opened. That “new restaurant” just so happened to be No. 246… Read More

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Visiting B&B

After leaving Rosemary Beach, we made the short drive west to Pensacola to visit college besties B&B.  These two (and their two darling littles) know how to live!  While the rest of us stuck around land-locked and bustling Atlanta, B&B bootscooted to the beach and never looked back.  They spend their days on their beach… Read More

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