for sailing those huge, stormy oceans to come find America! We loved celebrating with an AMAZING day at the State Park. We had lots of fun and couldn't have asked for a better time.
Check out these kiddos jumping off the dunes...it was a HUGE drop off...nothing like I had ever seen before...kids clearly don't care about getting sand in those place that shouldn't have sand - HA!
The "natural" wildlife was something I hadn't experienced at the State Park either. Raccoons were all over the jetties - someone had brought them a dozen old eggs and boy they weren't scared of anything. Even took some from mason's hand - until his mother yelled about rabies and threatened to go home if they didn't stay away...mean mommy!
Mason loved a bit of the solitute which always intrigues me...friends to play with and yet...at some point... he always takes a moment (or two or three) away....i love that he knows when its time to just be by himself.(or with the raccoons:)
The butterflies were in abundance - clearly it shall be winter soon:)
He didn't catch one that big but he sure was excited to see the fish among the pools within the rocks of the jetties. They played for literally hours on that pile of rocks. I was a wreck hoping no one fell, busted their head, and then drown...but they enjoyed themselves which makes me enjoy myself.
Again, Thank you Mr. Columbus for discovering this amazing place - we truly are blessed, blessed, blessed to live in such a beautiful place:)