We got off to a late start because Ada and Sofia stayed up too late the night before watching a movie, but eventually we made it out to Montauk despite the busy road.
There we went up the Montauk Point Lighthouse, except for Jake who was too little to be let up.
This one is atop the lighthouse, but it was so bright in the back that it is difficult to see, although you can tell it was a little breezy. After that it was off to get lunch and then to Hither Hills beach. There was some confusion as to whether the beach was closed once the lifeguards went off duty so we didn’t stay too long.
We spent some time laughing at Jake, who doesn’t like the water too much, but did enjoy chasing the seagulls around.
If that wasn’t enough excitement, Libby and Peter treated the kids to ice cream on the way home.
The pool opened a little early due to the warm weather. As soon as I mentioned it to the kids they wanted to go over. Liam had hurt his knee while on rollerblades because of something Helena did (forget the details) so he didn’t go in completely, but he still splashed the girls.
Can you spot which leg hurts?
Helena spinning Ada around.
Did I mention that it got a little cold by the end?
My camera’s batteries died the last time I tried taking photos at the Lifetime pool, so there are some more here.
90 degrees in September for the third day in a row. Time to get inside and enjoy some air conditoning.
My camera ran out of batteries at the swimming pool at Lifetime, so there isn’t much here. Â We went to the store for a few things, then home for lunch, then off to the MIA for the Family Day activities where they made flags and we got our picture taken which I hope would be online. We did get a small photograph of us dressed up (well, the girls and I since Liam wanted no part of it) and Helena laughed like crazy because my wig kept falling off.