Tuesday, September 16, 2014

OBX Travelogue, Part I of II

  • F 9/5
    • Dropped the "kids" off at my parents' house.
    • Packed bags and shovels.
    • Ate all of the food to prevent spoilage.

  • S 9/6
    • Picked up Marv in Springfield.
    • Experienced the dreaded "bridge traffic" for the first time, since we didn't leave at the break of dawn.
    • Rode up and down in the elevator several times.
    • Made tacos for dinner.
    • Scratched my face during pool horseplay (not recommended for children).

  • S 9/7
    • Ate bacon.
    • Visited the beach in between rainstorms.
    • Dug a hole on the beach.
    • Read The Racketeer by John Grisham.
    • Zach made pulled pork sandwiches for dinner.

  • M 9/8
    • Ate more bacon.
    • Ran 2 miles on the beach.
    • Stayed indoors playing games during the rain.
    • Annie arrived.

  • T 9/9
    • Ate more bacon.
    • The Edwardses departed.
    • Read Sycamore Row by John Grisham (jury duty research).
    • Enjoyed post-thunderstorm giant waves on the beach.
    • Went to the Outer Banks Brewing Station for dinner.

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