We started off the day with eggs and sausage and bagels. Then as the kids played in the woods, the adults packed up to reluctantly leave our little slice of paradise.
The plan was to take the girls back to the beach to play for a few hours before heading back home. We were glad my friend and his daughter could join us.
Of course, the girls immediately jumped into the water. But as they started seeing man-o-war floating by them, they came out. And they were very wary after that.
And rightfully so. There were quite a few floating around. At one point, over a 15-30 minute period, we found and buried over a dozen of them that washed up near where they were playing.
On a clear day, you can see forever.
On the horizon, you can see two islands. They are either Maui, Molokai, or Lanai. I am not sure which two. The weather was spectacular.
One of many man-o-war that washed up onto the beach.
I was hoping to see this guy land in the ocean, but no such luck. I mean what's the point of the pontoons if you are not going to use them. Oh well.
Lunch was on the beach and was just sandwiches, which was somehow appropriate since we ate on the sand.
Properly pooped after three days in the water and running around in the woods.
But not too pooped to end our camping weekend with ice cream. They enjoyed theirs and I really liked my lychee. Hmmm...