So two weekends ago we went to Rehoboth Beach and stayed at a friend's camper. It was seriously a blast. Of course I am such a homoebody so I was ready to leave by Sunday morning but still, it was a nice getaway. I actually didn't take very many pictures because I wanted to just kind of live in the moment as things happened. My memories are so much more vivid that way. I actually read that when you photograph something, your brain doesn't catalog it the same way as it does when you just observe it so your memory isn't as strong.
But I still wanted to share the few pictures I did take and some of the stories that go along with them.
Life in a camper was fun but cramped, especially when you're a woman and you ened to move around to do your hair, makeup, etc. But it was still fun and we hung out with lots of people that were friends with the friends we stayed with.
I seriously love Rehoboth Beach. Everyone was so nice and friendly and it was very relaxing which is different than the vacations I used to take where it was teenagers and rowdy kids everywhere.
Now for the most fun story of all.... we had a very close call with a shark, thanks to the stubborn boyfriend pictured above.
So Saturday we were in the water with a bunch of our friends and I noticed a tall dorsal fin swimming back and forth right behind us. We couldn't have been more than 50 feet off shore either. So right away I shouted "I'm not even kidding, but there is a shark, GET OUT!". Everyone got out of the water as quickly as possible....except James. He stood there staring at us. He says it's because he "thought it would go away" but all of a sudden it jumped towards him and thrashed. It was so scary from our point of view. He then felt a whoosh of water from it's tail on the back of his legs and he high tailed it out of there. The lifeguard blew the whistle to get everyone out, and he acknowledged that it was a decent sized dorsal fin and about a 3-4 foot shark. That morning we saw lots of dolphins in little clusters all over. So as soon as the whistles started blowing all of the dolphins appeared and came super close to shore. I don't know if it was because they knew it meant danger and they wanted to check it out or what. It was pretty cool. So after a few minutes we were allowed back in. We got in and played in the waves the rest of the day but still, it was a very close call.
I am so glad to be home. I love getaways but I love coming home to my pups and my house!