As I cleaned the cardboard out of the garage the kids confiscated a couple of boxes to turn into race cars.
Month: November 2014
We started with one last swim in the pool. Colin insisted on a ponytail to match his sister’s.
Laura said a wistful good-bye to the ocean:
My tuckered-out boy nearly fell asleep in the car:
As we drove to the Cayman Motor Museum.
Where we saw all sorts of awesome cars, including…
Then we went for lunch and had one last gelato before heading to the airport.
Now we are just waiting to go home.
We have some pretty worn out kids, so our last full day was an easy one. We spent much of the day on the beach, snorkeling, or in the pool. Mid-afternoon we walked down the road to a local attraction called the Pirate Caves.
It was…underwhelming. But the kids were reasonably entertained for a brief time.
On our way to supper we took a quick stop at a local bird sanctuary. For a five minute stop we did pretty well – a little green heron, a little blue heron, a great egret, and a couple of warblers. Colin is using his binoculars here.
Tomorrow afternoon we fly back to real life!
We decided to check out a different beach today. We are thankful that the ice cream truck selling fresh homemade ice cream pulled up right after we arrived:
One of their top sellers is grape nut. I had to get a cone to report back to Dad – it was awesome.
We are thankful for adventurous spirits:
And we are thankful for warm safe places to rest our weary heads: