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back hall

the back hall - used as pantry

bedroom

bedroom of two cousins - comfy

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breakfast - dutch doughnuts, made by K

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chowdah - lobstah and corn, made by K

computer

computah - set up by Middle

curtain

curtain - very cool retro

dining room3

dining room - cluttered

dinner

dinner - starts with iceberg, blue cheese and bacon

E reading

E - reading

filthy whisk broom

filthy whisk broom - nuff said

GI beach

Great Island beach - spectacular

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Great Island shoreline

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Hat rack - my room

I SAID chowder

I SAID CHOWDER

knocker

knocker

shore

shore - Nauset Light beach

sparks

sparklers - making an abundance of smoke

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witness relo

witness relocation

WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU BRING A SIXTEEN YEAR OLD TO THE BEACH.

Comments

Miz S said…
I am glad to see that Middle takes his sun protection seriously.
MizMell said…
Next time, leave the sixteen year old at home and I'll gladly take his place. I love the beach.
Marijean said…
Oh, my this made me smile. I can report that 17 is no better.
paola said…
Yuummmm, that chowdah looks kinda cool!
And I am glad to hear there's some good news about Caleb Potter.
Safe travels.
paula said…
The chowder looks divine...
Poppy Buxom said…
Hey bb, Margalit of What Was I Thinking! has nominated you for an award. Or given you an award. Or something.

Go. Read.
Kim said…
Oh my, that chowder looks DIVINE.
And the 16 year old? on the beach? Fantastic.
tut-tut said…
Have a relatively smooth re-entry.
Jennifer said…
The chowdah looks fabulous and the 16 year old? Well, one day he'll be a parent and you can teach your grandchild how to pretend to be in witness relo.
Suzanne said…
Do you think K would share his chowdah recipe?

I sadly won't make it to the Atalntic shore this summer, but making that lobster & corn chowdah would be the next best thing...

Well, the third best thing, as a MD Blue crab crabfeast would actually be the next best thing for me!

Recipe, please, if he's willing. Thx!
Sarah Louise said…
oh i have a case of the giggles now...witness relo!!
blackbird said…
The chowder recipe is from an old Williams-sonoma catalogue...

http://www.tiny.cc/2UwGS
Suzanne said…
Thank you so much for the recipe! I can't wait to have the occasion to try it...

I heart Williams-Sonoma recipes! I have an old seafood stew recipe that is one of my absolute favorites. And the Lemon Lavender cake and Orange Cranberry cake have also been longtime dessert faves.
jenny said…
the chowder recipe sounds excellent and great island...wow.
Terri said…
OH MY GOSH!!!
I thought my 16 y.o. was the only one who did weird stuff like that!!! The hoodie and jeans on the beach are typical of my oldest!! It's sort of a relief to see another 16 y.o. acting like he'd melt if the sun hit his bare skin!
By the way, the chowder looks soooo good! Now I'll have to find a recipe and make some.
God bless!
Terri
catsteevens said…
Ditto on loving that chowdah. But I also LOVE the soup bowl it is being served in.
Alice said…
What a perfect vaca! Just wondering is that your pirate hat?


oh, and if so where do I get it?
meg said…
I have those plates too :) (The white country-ish ones)