All around us were weather alerts. Not only one but two nor-easters were undeniably going to hit us. At home in Pennsylvania this means chaos and worry. The slight mention of such a storm sends all the residents of the afflicted counties to the grocery stores, gas stations, and back home to bunker up and prepare for the worst. A nor-easter means no school, no shopping, no work, no leaving the house. In these storms the snow, blizzard never stops it just falls and says. Building feet of snow closing roads and trapping you where you are. But this is very early for a snow storm the beginning of October. And we are to far east for snow. Beach weather is not to conducive to blizzards. But it was cold, but WE WERE AT THE BEACH!
Our first full day we couldn't resist. We put on our sweaters and headed out to play in the ocean. It was cold. The water was in the 60's and the outside temperature was even lower.
Baby did not like it.
The big boys couldn't resist getting in. We first started by just getting our feet wet. Feeling the sand, testing the water but before long we were drenched. People gave us strange glances while they walked along the water in their parkas.
Evan had no fear and went under the waves twice. But then got he got so very cold. We all did and retreated in to warm up.