Originally we planned to camp, but when we realized all the decent camping spots had been booked months in advance, Megan, Chris, Matt and I quickly switched to plan B: renting a house by the beach.
We could have been in a trailer park – we were all just so happy to be together, laugh, and catch up.
On our way north to the tiny town of Dillon Beach, of course we stopped to enjoy life along the way.
I’m sure five days of the year this house has a million dollar view overlooking the Pacific Ocean. The other 360 days are cool and foggy, which is actually pretty nice.
Chris and I have the same birthday!
We took a detour to Sonoma Train Town on our way home Sunday afternoon. Nicholas was in heaven, of course.
This is Julia’s fourth and final week of summer camp. Six Hamlin girls plus her buds Guy and Bobby and at a nature camp in the presidio. It might be our dirtiest week yet, we’re washing backpacks, cleaning inside ears and under fingernails nearly every night! I can barely keep things washed and dried in time for the next day.
Nicholas and I are hanging out this week. I’m dragging him to all my meetings and errands.
We bought three 50-lb bags of San for $4 each and made Nicholas the happiest little guy in town.
Dentist appointments before school – check. Both have teeth in excellent shape, phew!
I’m back at the dog park! I’m back at the dog park! I’m back at the dog park!
We’re all measured and scheduled. Now we just need to make a final decision. I’m 99% sure we’ll go with the charcoal stripes because they just look so good going up the steps. Both are 100% wool, super durable and very easy to clean. Either will be great to have, yay.