James (katsurian) wrote,

I'm ba-ack!

We had a great time though I can no longer walk! Well, not very well anyway. I climbed to the top of Cape Kiwanda (a very large sand dune) with my nieces. I got halfway up and started sinking knee deep in the sand every step upward from that point on.
I've added many pictures in the Pacific City gallery from this trip.
We went over to the Drift Creek covered bridge and found a restored stagecoach, buckboard, and surrey in a barn over there. We didn't make it back to the waterfall 'cause Mom couldn't hike that far yet, she still has problems with her feet and it was getting late.
I got a one under par on the mini-golf course; taught the girls how to play bocce ball - we didn't keep score, just who won that round; swam, fed the bunnies, played a little table tennis and some games they brought.

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