Tuesday, August 4, 2009

More PCBH,FL, Day/Evening 4

SIDENOTE: IF YOU HAD A LOVING GRANNY like I did, you'll enjoy Rachel's post! :)

OK, back to MY post...you're probably getting tired of my vacation pics; however, I'm re-living it each time post and write about it...I so want to go back.

I enjoyed every minute and would love to STILL be there. Join me in GOING THERE again to show you the remaining days of our vacation journey...what a blessing! We started the day shopping ... light-changing keyrings, shirts, and book bags from DEL SOL...california rolls, shrimp tempura & teriyaki chicken...shirts from Guy Harvey (so cute and beachy!). The girls enjoyed the beach again...wonderfully pleasant afternoon at the beach (almost empty), nice scenery and, of course, they enjoyed getting to talk the 'cabana boys'...oh, I remember those days.

View Day Fun, July Sixteenth

As we were leaving for dinner, the sunset was gorgeous, AGAIN, and we wanted to stay on the balcony forever were STARVING and wanted to go eat MORE seafood…once home, it took me forever to figure out the fireworks setting on my camera and I creatively captured a few pics


2nd Cup of Coffee said...

I want sand. White sand.

Kim said...

Still haven't figured out how to take decent night shots with our camera. Maybe I should read the book :-)

Ivan came home after the long walk and lunch and took a two hour nap! He's not completely well but is doing so much better than over the weekend. Still has a sore throat and congestion.

Will look forward to the photos and recipe of the plum tartin. I love trying new things! Shrimp nachos sound really good too. I think I've put on half the weight I lost while sick. I need to take more long walks! LOL

2Thinks said...

Looks like fun. That fireworks setting is complicated and even when it is turned on, those fireworks are hard critters to catch.


Mocha Momma said...

I'm liking your Vaca pix.

Robin @ Be Still and Know said...

Cabana Boys!!! Oh My!!!!
Oh the days of long ago, in a galaxy far far away when cabana boys were plentiful and the summers were endless!!!!!!

reality bites!

DoanLegacy said...

Beautiful photos to reflect upon! Have a great day..