No Harm Done

Sunday, June 11, 2006

It was a perfect day. We froze most of our time in Oregon, and on the day we'd designated as "Beach Day" the sun came out, the winds died down, and it was beautiful. We couldn't have asked for a better day.

Colson digs in the sand while the bigger boys climbed the giant sand dune.

M. and Brogan sitting about a third of the way up the giant sand dune. It was tall and very steep. The speck to the left of the tree at the top of the hill is Braden. He went all the way up, then came back down to meet M. and Brogan, then climbed all the way up again.

Braden playing in the waves. The water was chilly, as it always is on the Oregon coast. Braden eventually went in up to his waist, and had a blast jumping and splashing around. The rest of us merely got our feet wet.

Brogan and Colson building sand piles.


At 9:29 AM , Blogger Dy said...


At 10:29 AM , Blogger PB&J said...

I'm with Braden. Having always lived in the Midwest, every chance I have to swim in the Ocean is usually taken, with the exception of shark infested waters, of course. But, neither frigid water nor a little pollution has ever kept me from making a fool of myself in the waves.

At 8:04 AM , Blogger PB&J said...

Thanks, Hillary! I'll take any help I can get!


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