It is super hot and humid here in the Northeast. It was 90* yesterday with high humidity. We just aren't used to that so it kind of drags us out a bit. We try to get all our outside work done in the morning while it is a bit cooler. The horses are ready to go in by noon time and snooze in their stalls under the fans.
The vet is coming today to do Nick's shots. Nick had a touch of colic when it was shot day so couldn't have his. Buddy will get a check up and the other boys will get a pat on the nose from Dr. Stu as they have had all their stuff done.
They waited till they were in this condition before they started for shore. The water gets completely over the big rocks that they are on and is probably 6-8 feet deep. They managed to get back in by walking on the rocks, which they couldn't see so it was a rather precarious trip to shore. I don't know where their parents were, they didn't seem to be anywhere around. They finally made it to shore but this could have been a tragic accident.All the grandchildren love seafood as they have grown right up on it. Jay had some steamers before his lobster and found one of the biggest clams I've ever seen. That's a biggggg clam!
I guess washing it down with some soda helped!
D ordered his regular 4 pound lobster and then said he wanted a 100 pound one. He got a pound and a half which is just right for him but thinks it weighs more!
It was a great day. We always enjoy ourselves immensely when we are there. We always eat too much but that's part of the fun! I have a picture of my son (age 32) when he was about three taken there holding a live lobster, so that shows you how many years we have been going there. I'll have to find that picture and scan it sometime so you can see it!