Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Breathtaking views...

 We are all having the best time!!!!  It is just awesome!  This is by far our favorite beach!  This is what we woke up to the first morning!  How amazing is this?  Feeling very Blessed! 
 This pic is a little dark but then again it was about 6am.  :)  This is my beautiful momma and all of this was made possible by her as she wanted all 3 of her kids, their spouses, and all of the grandkids with her. 
 One of the wild horses that roam the beach...
 These were in our back yard earlier today.
 The view on the second morning...
 Richard and I getting ready to head to the beach.  I love that this house is so close to the water.  I sure makes it easier to go back and forth. 
 We had a rain shower and then this beautiful rainbow was in the sky. 
 We all absolutely love it here and being with all of my family makes it so special.  So many memories being made.  

Another beautiful view!  If you can see the tiny dots on the beach in the middle of the pic...that is my brother and his 2 youngest boys doing a little fishing.  I snapped this pic as Richard and I were getting ready to take a walk up the beach.  
 After walking up the beach for a mile or so we cut back and to one of the sand roads back to the beach house. 
 Late last night Richard, Andrew, Hunter and my BIL did some fishing.  In this pic both boys are in our room getting their fishing stuff ready.  Andrew bought Hunter a new rod and reel for his birthday to take on this trip. 
 Love my boys so much!  They have both enjoyed this vacation so much. 
I guess that is all for now... Today is the 4th of July and I'm not sure if we will do anything major today or just hang out like we have been.  I'll let you know....


Karen - Quilts...etc. said...

where is this? looks so beautiful and almost isolated with the wild horse - I want to go LOL - did you all rent a house for the week for the whole family?

Janet O. said...

I am so glad your family has had this opportunity. What memories you are creating!
My daughter is here visiting, and she and her hubby vacationed once on Chincoteague Island--that is what your photos of the wild horses made her recall.