Thursday, December 10, 2015
Beach front Camping
There are some 60 miles of beaches there you can camp on and with our National Parks pass it is free!
We didn't know what the driving was going to be like so we only drove about 1.5 mile our the beach to a spot where our nearest neighbors were far enough away.
We also had to head into town so not parking too far down the beach made that easier.
We had dinner with a friend of Will's from highschool and her husband who happen to live nearby. It was fun and we ate great food at a local place.
The car got done it took a lot longer than expected but it got done and so did our shopping.
We also had a campfire and smores! I think that was the first fire of this trip!
Actually the first 20 we all fine for any vehicle and then the sand started to get softer and we didn't want to risk getting stuck so we turned around.
We also filled a few bags of washed up trash a volunteer had provided us with.
We went back to the visitor center and took a birding tour with some volunteers and saw some 36 odd species of birds. It was pretty cool and in a van which was nice, they provided bird books, a checklist and a binoculars and it was free.
We would totally come back here to camp again maybe for longer and maybe further our the beach.