In the middle of the beach there was a fresh water river that spilled into the ocean that made for a unique setting.
We decided to take a nice long walk without the girls. They had been very good being left in the trailer - so we thought....
There was not a shell to be found on that beach but the pebbles were simply amazing.
We had been gone for about 2 hours and were heading back to make our last dinner - and nice steak and scallop meal. But it was getting dark fast and I did not want to miss the jaunt up to the top of the cliff for the sunset - there were threatening clouds to boot.
However there were several local campers that had been admiring our Airstream for one and when we returned we found that we were in the middle of a sea of Pop ups that had come in for the Long Weekend - and we were now sharing our spot with not just one but two other people and there were people everywhere!!
This of course set Taz into a barking frenzy as we left the window blinds open on the curb side as there was no one in any of the spots on that side. My heavens that dog went nuts and was up on the table and there was dog hair every where - I guess the people did not realize that they were loose in there and there were kids everywhere too just bedlum....
We got the girls settled and got at the dinner - and then Peter came around the corner with half the camp!!! for a tour - you see they had been talking all about Airstreams the entire time we were there and finally got the nerve to come and ask as they were dying to see inside...It was kind of funny as I continued to cook dinner reams of people poked their heads in and out - I never knew you could fit so many people in a pop up trailer!!!!
We were invited to a big campfire that night with singing and the works - they said you better come cause we will just keep you awake all night. I was actually looking forward to it.
We got the dinner made and rushed out the door and up the cliff - oh boy was that a tough one to do especially after eating as much as we did!
Well it was dark by the time we got up there and it started to rain...(Par for the course!)
I had the monopod with me and with the wind and rain beating at me I barely managed to snap off a few with the ap wide open and the speed as low as she would go - although blurry you can get the idea of what it would have been like if we had made it before dark.
We also just in the nick of time made it down the hill before the heavens opened up once more and poured with rain.
Needless to say the campfire was cancelled - at one point I thought they were all going to knock on our door again to see if they could join us for night caps ---phew I think they must have settled for the card game tournament - good thing as we had a long 12 hour trip in the morning to make it half way home.
It was quite a dull day but the rain held off while we hooked up and headed out.