|The ocean view tonight from the back patio|
Hi, stitching friends!
The storm seems to be passing, but the water and wind are still wild tonight. We hibernated yesterday and watched the waves crash on the rocks, and I worked on writing Christmas cards. After dark, we turned off the lights and snuck out in our bathrobes to skinny dip in the hot tub! Nobody needs to see that! That’s one huge benefit of visiting in the off-season. The condos on both sides of us are vacant. (Thank goodness.)
We drove north to Tillamook today to visit the cheese factory and get ice cream. They have a fun self-guided tour and free samples.
|Shawn took five turns going back for free samples. The man loves cheese!|
Shawn loves to get ice cream at Tillamook. Last year they had a limited-edition flavor with maple syrup and bits of pancake in it, so he was looking forward to some of that. They didn’t have it this year, so he got FIVE big scoops of birthday cake ice cream AND a big scoop of praline pecan. I envy that man’s metabolism! I got ONE scoop of white chocolate raspberry.
|Hey! Who ate all my ice cream? You did! You ate all your ice cream!|
On our way “home,” we stopped at a post office in little Hebo, Oregon (population 231) to mail our Christmas cards and a Christmas package to my dad and his wife. They are hard to buy for, but I found some socks for them at the novelty sock store in Depoe Bay. Here’s what I sent them:
|Socks for my dad and his wife, Marcia|
He will think her socks are funny, and she will think his socks are hilarious. Perfect!
Until next time, friends, I hope this finds you happy, healthy and finding lots of time to stitch!