BRRRRR, this morning I woke up to it being 64 degrees in the RV. I only have 1 propane tank on at a time so I know when to fill it up and last night we ran out of propane. No worries, I went out switched the flip over to the other side and it quickly heated back up again :)
This afternoon we headed over to Cape Henlopen State Park. We wanted to get a Delaware State Park pass. Tim was able to get an annual pass for $20 bucks so it was well worth it for us. We decided to go exploring and walking the beach with the dogs. Here we are heading across the boardwalk area.
The dogs were very excited to be back on a beach again :)
So was Garrett, except this time he wasn't allowed to go in the water. It was way too cold!!
The dogs however, were allowed.....
Bahahahaha Chloe was so excited she almost pulled Tim in ;)
Chloe making sure Garrett was ok since he was whining that the dogs could go in but he couldn't......
Sassy says 'Come on guys, lets go this way'.
One of our finds. This is a Whelk Egg Casing. Whelks also known as sea snails lay their eggs in these casings. Each strand can contain up to 200 small pouches, and each pouch contains up to 99 eggs. Nature is so amazing!!
A big ship out in the distance.
Tim trying to get a better view.
Chloe looking at me like.....can't you do something about this kid, LOL.....
Sassy = laser focused on the people.
We got home that evening and Garrett wanted to ride his bike for a little while.