Saturday, August 29, 2015

Welcome to the Sunny Life

The next day was a leisurely one.  Taylor set up the umbrellas, with an extra, colorful one at the end for Juliana's mom who drove up from Sarasota to join us for a few days.

One of the best things about the beach this year was the fact that we each had our own designated chair.  When we go with the whole, extended Hunt family, each individual family has a set, but then we have to share those chairs throughout the day.  This time, I had my own chair the whole time, and it was marvelously relaxing.  When I came down and got settled, Dad pointed out that a dead shark had washed up in front of the house next to ours.

Pretty grisly.  We figured it got caught in a boat propeller.  Even though it's pretty gross, it was kindof cool to see a shark up close without worrying about it getting all bite-y.  The rest of the morning was spent in perfect relaxation, enjoying the sun, sand, water, wind, and beachy beverages.  At lunchtime we all went up to make a snack and visit with Grandma, who was selling her seashell collection on the porch.

(photos by g.hunt, e.hunt, and j.kowalik)

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