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We came back last night and had the BEST time despite the 2 hours of Thunderstorm that snuck upon us Saturday afternoon. The pictures tell the whole story ;)


Took a rest stop on our way to Ocean City. They had this cute little play area next to the Dunkin Donuts. Mehul just wanted to stay here and actually cried when we had to leave. He had enough of the car ride already! We stopped here again on our way back.

Mehul was seeing the ocean for the first time ever. We hadn't taken him to the beach yet. He loved it.

Another family had gone with us. Their son, R, is 3.5 years old. They became best buddies.

We had fun as well :)

Can you believe there was a huge thunderstorm around 2 hours after this was taken? They emptied the beach, we walked around the boardwalk a little and entered a restaurant for an early dinner when it started to rain. And stayed there for about 2 hours. The rain stopped but it was too cold to go back on the beach so we explored the area a bit and then went back to where our friends were staying and chatted until midnight.

Looking at cars outside the window at night..


The cottage we stayed at had a huge backyard with trees and flower & vegetable patches. Mehul loved the swings.

We went to Rahoboth Beach today. It falls in Delaware (which is a state without tax, btw, so I thought it made perfect sense to do some shopping. Didn't get time for that though). This beach is less commercialized than Ocean City and I definitely recommend going here.

More playing at the beach

And a lot of cheese puffs

The water was COLD!

We decided to look for food after this and kept the camera and all the stuff in the car. 10 minutes later I was wishing I had it with me as we found FunLand on the boardwalk. We bought $6 worth of tickets (20). Mehul took most of the kiddie rides twice and we still had tickets left over. So I went on a ride and finished them off. Gosh, they were really very cheap. Boardwalk fries were more expensive than ALL the rides we took. LOL!

While returning back, another thunderstorm caught us (don't know if it was the same one. Couldn't be) at the worst possible place. Over the Bay Bridge. That was really scary. I don't wanna think about it now that I've seen this picture.

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I'm sad that I'm not on the beach as I write this, and already planning our next trip . Next time though, we'll just drive early morning and come back same day. It's only 3 hours away.


Sene said…
Wow!! Glad to know you had such fun. The pics are awesome. Kids, they do love beach, don't they?
Erin said…
Looks like you all had a fabulous time! How funny, we also took Luke to the beach for the first time this past weekend, and he absolutely loved it. It wasn't his first look at the ocean (he went to the ocean pier as an infant), but it was his first time on the sand and in the water.

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