We found a ton of shells again this year. Here is a good shot of the "sand" at Sanibel. The first thing I did when I got to the beach on Friday morning was get a shell sliver in my foot, which I had to dig out with a needle on Saturday morning. That was a first!
|Look at those monster waves!|
|Great shot, Mom!|
|Finally got my "name-in-the-sand" shot of Luke.|
I'll be honest, I had totally forgot about seagull punching until we got on the beach and Cindy was ready with her fists. It always brings a smile to my face and reminds me of Brian and Kelly :)
|Even Dad had some really nice punches. And he landed a plane successfully as well.|
|See? I told you!|
|Taking a break|
|Another excellent seagull punch!|
|I was bored and this is what I captured.|
|Mom's sandcastle. I give it a 9.5|
|A rare picture of Cindy smiling naturally|
|The shadows are in all the wrong places here, but I do love this picture.|
|Right when I was taking this picture my mom says (in her best Alabama accent): "Lieutenant Dan, Lieutenant Dan!"|
Friday night we hit the Red Robin! BONZAI Burger!!!
|We took the kids mini golfing and they were overjoyed!|
|Cutest little cheater I ever did see.|
|This was a really nice golf course. A little pricey, but you could tell those high prices cut down on the riff-raff and destruction.|
Mr. Hole-in-One as we know him. He got two of those bad boys and was pretty happy :)
I think I really need a duck door. There were two very large white ducks that live in the golf course pond, so I am thinking that the old man that runs the place probably feeds them and they actually use that door to go inside to see him. If I build it, they will come, right?
These were two of the signs on the course. They actually had a bunch of funny and random things posted throughout. I like their sense of humor. One sign said, "If you had a good experience here, tell a friend. If not, tell a foe." Which I am thinking is my new motto for Sweeneyville....