We had a relaxing and fun week at the beach. It's just as well I wasn't planning to blog from there because we had no cell signal at our campsite. It was surprising since we were only about 100 yards (as the bird flies) from the main highway. Even on the highway, cell service was a little sketchy. So, all of that aside, I have so much to tell you! I believe I'll break it into three separate posts, just to keep the number of pictures down to a dull roar.
Before I go on, though, rumors abound about how to continue following via email when Feedburner goes away. So here's the deal: Julie at Me & My Quilts has written a nice little tutorial about how to follow by email using Bloglovin'. Of course, you can always receive the digest from Bloglovin' and I've received notifications that some of you have signed up that way. If you still like receiving it in your inbox, however, you can sign up at the top of my left sidebar where I've added the "follow by email" widget. Julie's tutorial (I've linked to it back there) will tell you what will happen next.
Okay, so on with the prattle and pictures. We arrived at Beverly Beach State Park just a little after 3:00 p.m. on Monday.
My friend Lenelda and her family were staying just down the road about five miles. It was a rare gift of good weather all week in April on the Oregon coast. Not a drop of rain fell, and that's highly unusual for this time of year. It was cloudy the first day, however. This was the view from the house our friends were renting for the week. Incredible. I was shooting through their living room window, which explains the reflections in the image below.