Ice cream for breakfast, oh yeah!
Rina was checking out the inside of a typical backyard bomb shelter used during WWII.
She also got to sit in the pilot seat of some old planes. It was nice that they had some hands-on stuff for kids to do.
We used the left over steamer clams to make clam chowder. Delicious! It's the only seafood my sis will eat.
My stepmom brought supplies for us to each paint a beach scene.
I'm going to hang our family's paintings in the toy hauler somewhere. I just love them!
Policewomen's uniforms from around the world.
It was cute to see the middles being littles. My nephew Jacob and our daughter Hailey each took a turn on the police motorcycle ride. Fun to see them play.
One final picture of Rina and Grandma thoroughly enjoying their Tillamook ice cream cones. The next day, we all packed up and went home. Even though it was a little soggy at times, we had a great time and it was a wonderful break from the 110 degrees F temps we were getting in Eastern Oregon. We really enjoyed have the large toy hauler as it became the hang out for Stacie's family when it was raining or chilly. Plus my mom and stepdad were able to stay in it with us part of the week. What a blessing to have it! How special that we were able to have both sets of parents camp with us. We had a few issues with the truck coming home but we made it back in one piece, and for that we were grateful. This was a family vacation that we will remember for a long time to come!