Dee and I did our morning walk on the beach. The ocean was calm and the water warm. The sandpipers were scurrying up and down the beach searching for their morning breakfast. We found a couple of nice shells to add to our collection and then headed back for breakfast.
We all spent time on the beach enjoying the sun, the sea breeze and companionship. There was reading, napping and people watching. A lazy day at the beach. Photos by Dee and Tony.
Maureen and Jack arrived a little after noon and settled in.
Pam made sauce for dinner, which was excellent. Our anti-pasta included cheese, bread, and Lou's famous Sopressata sausage which he calls "soupy." He brought it from Westerly, Rhode Island as it is not available in Richmond. Dee and I do the same thing when go to Buffalo. We bring David's special sausage and Sahlen's hotdogs from Buffalo, New York.