This morning we awoke to horses poking around the RV. Note how empty the campground is:
This is why you should never stop with open windows next to a feral horse:
B took over the photography:
I love RV breakfasts!
Last night, we met the T family when they arrived in the campground. They were excited to see our sukkah. I went over to say hello and check our their sukkah. We chatted for some time, and it turns out Mrs. T is related to the Rabbi of the congregation in Santa Fe with which we spent Purim on Day 959. Small world!
This morning, the T family stopped by on their way home to check out the RV and we swapped more stories about frum RVing:
The weather was still good, so I decided to fly:
Another reverse launch:
Launch of flight #113:
This video contains all the flights on this trip:
More frolicking in the surf:
The kids dug sizeable holes:
Trish got in on the action too:
The wind was good, so Trish put the kiting harness on and I provided the forward motion necessary for her to take flight:
Towards sunset, Trish and I walked the beach:
This Horseshoe crab had quite a few hitchhikers on his shell:
Another beautiful day on Assateague Island!