Wow, I don’t know what happened to the month of March, but it is all but gone. And, we all here at The Last Resort have realized that our time together is quickly drawing to a close for now. We have so much to get worked into our last few days.
So, with no time to loose, on Monday, we headed to
Alice Fay’s for one last $3.00 special breakfast of 2 eggs, 2 slices of bacon, and 2 pancakes. Most of
gang was there and as usual we had a great time. We even took time to wish
Helen a Happy Birthday.
After breakfast, we all parted ways for different reasons. Deb and I did a little shopping in the local beach shop before Mark and I dropped she and Rod at
Ford Service Center. Then, Mark and I took a short drive around Conn Harbor. The only visitor to the harbor today was
this pelican, who was watching for his breakfast.
Once back at the RV Park, several of the other girls decided they were going to go back to the beach shop I told them about. I declined another trip, and instead stayed at the park to get in my daily walk.
Upon their return, Donnie and Mac
were anxious to show off the new swim suit wraps that Karen and Lynette had purchased. Looking good guys! Lot’s of laughs.
After dinner, we all headed to the clubhouse for a couple of games of Hand and Foot and Mexican Train.
Before parting ways, it was decided that we needed one more trip to the beach. So, we made the plan and this morning, we were all up and headed to Port A for the day.
We made our way down the beach finding
just the right spot to park. And, like all of our gatherings, out came the snacks….however, Molly
didn’t know she would have to share her cheese crackers with the local residents…not only did she share one crackers with the gulls, they
chased her down for a second one!
Well, then she had to tell
Bob all about the birds taking her crackers. Obviously, he didn’t get the message, because they
came after his crackers too!
We had a great time on the beach today. While some
chose to sit and visit, others
of us walked the beach looking for treasures.
Next on the agenda was lunch at
Fin’s. We all gathered
on the patio and placed our order. Rod says they hold up to their claim of having big
After lunch, it was more shopping before one last trip
on the ferry to the mainland.
This evening, we all gathered at Mac and Lynnette’s for a time of visiting and planning for tomorrow, which will be our last day together in Rockport.
At this point, I think, we have one last breakfast trip planned, some shopping, some shrimp to purchase, and who knows what else. Guess we will see how the day goes. So, see you tomorrow for the final chapter of Rockport 2010!