Bob and Cali joined us during the week - Cali has such issues with being abandoned as a puppy - that she was not too sure about a vacation - she was a little more clingy than usual.
On our way back from the beach the first day, we stopped by the Opportunity Shop and picked up some stuffies for her as a surprise. Here she is having a great time.
Breakfast on Tuesday morning was a 'compromise' of Bob's fav - french toast. I had brought all of our 'heels' of bread with me and made bread pudding. I served it with fresh, sliced peaches and bacon. YUM!
More beach time - yep those are my toes (Make Mine Mango - by Revlon) - and I am asleep once more...
Woody's Eatery on Maddox for dinner - Barbeque - pulled pork for Bob and I, and a chicken/grilled pineapple sandwich for Gin.
A GORGEOUS sunset over the bay and mainland that evening.
More goods from the 'Park and Flea' and Op shop. Undecided as to whether I need to keep the handyman's encyclopedia intact - or make cards and envelopes out of the pages...
And stuff that I really needed - from a couple of places on the island - the most important - Shark's Teeth. I had to look everywhere for them - and finally found the best selection at Payne's Treasure Chest (on Ridge Road north of Beebe) - along with some really cool skull beads from Tibet. I also got the vintage show ribbon there. The vintage wallet came from the 'Park and Flea'. The playing cards and map postcard came from Pony Penning Enterprises - really known for their Breyer Models.
Now I need to get down to business and make those fun, nautical necklaces for the Cane Garden Bay Surf Shop!
See you soon, xo, Liz