Kate enjoyed every minute of the ferry ride ~ so much space to run, so many people to greet (and each one commenting on how cute she is)! A dream come true!We brought our bikes to the Island and while Dad set up camp, we immediately hit the beach.
The boys found every single way to enjoy the warm waters of low tide, including a good, old-fashioned mud bath.We started each day with a run around the loop or to the ferry dock. The boys and Grandma joined on bikes for the runs to the dock.
The boys rode their bikes all the way to the Ferry dock, just in time to see the ferry dock and the cars load.
An afternoon on the water is enough to tucker us all out ...
Owen is flashing "I love you" signs and kicking back. Notice the rubber band on his right hand? He found it either on the ferry or when we first got to the property, and he declared it his "power ring." Grandpa noticed it and pretended he wanted to take away "Oreo"'s Power. (that's his nickname for O) From that moment on, Owen held tight to his power ring and began collecting. It's been over a month, and both he and Collin have at all times at least three "power rings" on their person (on their arm, wrist, fingers, ankle). Each "ring" holds specific powers, such as speed, height, strength ... and the ability to cut off circulation, so we have to keep a close watch. ; )