This is the house looking from the Pacific Ocean. It's about a 1/4 mile walk through the grassy dunes to get to the beach. At low tide the beach is supposedly good for finding razor clams (very tasty!). We tried to go today but the hurricane strength winds and rain chased us home after only 5 minutes.
Here's George enjoying our beach on a sunny day. Miles of shoreline to get us to throw the ball for him.
And this is the what I saw out our kitchen window yesterday as I was making pumpkin waffles for Ada...a herd of 17 elk! They come right up to the house and look in the windows.
Ada seems to be enjoying her new surroundings. She's discovered that carpeted floors are catalysts for mobility...hence her crawling and "walking" have really taken off.
Of course, there have been some downfalls to the move (besides missing everyone back in Gettysburg). Things get broken :-( This was what happened to Ada's rubber duck. We still can't figure how it's head exploded like that. Her crib was also broken which was a bummer. But the movers are insured so we'll get reimbursed...which is good because that rubber duck was an expensive latex (i.e., no BPA or other plastic crap) duck!