Saturday, June 21, 2014
Cape Henlopen with the Little People and a Big House
The kids - five of 'em - were happy and well behaved and just awesome. Some like the beach more than others, and even on the beach, all of the kids wanted to do different things, which was insane but OK. Delaware Bay's famous horseshoe crab spawn was just ending, so that made things interesting as massive numbers of "spawned out" dead, giant crabs kept washing up on the beach.
After several tough months at work, I admit, it felt great to just exist and cool down (mentally) for a bit.
The scenery itself was pretty great too.
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