Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Girls Weekend

A delay again in posting. Two weeks ago Super Hubby and The Little made a play date for the entire weekend, sans Mama. Where was I you ask? I had a play date of my own scheduled at the beach - with two of my dearest and longest friends from my childhood.

Unfortunately, I came down with a serious repiratory infection just as the weekend was drawing to a close and it's taken me nearly all this time to get well enough to feel like posting about that fabulous weekend.

The weekend had been in the works for nearly a year. A time for us to get together, relax and enjoy ourselves. A time for just the girls - who have shared much in our lives. Marriage, divorce, children, life, death. After a short delay the morning our adventure was to start we were finally off to Lincoln City, Oregon. Here are just a few photos from our weekend - I didn't take as many as I would have liked. I was using a new camera which I wasn't used to, and I just was feeling off all weekend...the start of the virus that was trying to grab hold.


My girls - K and J. K (left) and I have been friends since my junior year in high school. J (right) and I have been friends since 1st grade!


We spent most of Saturday on the beach of the Siletz Bay trying our hand at crabbing. We caught probably 40-50 crab, but most were too small, or female. I finally caught one near the end of the afternoon that was the right size and a boy to boot! Yes, we ate him.


Yes, he was the most delicious $66 crab I've ever had the pleasure of dining on. (The cost after purchasing the crab trap, bait, gloves, line, and license)


Self Portrait:



We drove into Newport the following day and spent some time hanging out with the harbor seals and enjoying a boat ride while trying to spot whales. Sadly, the fog was thick enough that morning that no whales were seen, but we had fun nonetheless. I missed my girls before they even left that weekend. We're already planning the next girls weekend next summer. An annual event? I sure hope so.

2 comments:

  1. Thanks Danita, it was great, and you were a trooper even when feeling ill!

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