My sister bought a book. My niece bought some rock candy. They were selling all kinds of glassware merch, including the mason jar with a handle that is rapidly becoming the go-to trendy glassware to serve cocktails in at restaurants around here (I know, weird, right?). I bought a visor, because that is what I do these days (I have this theory that my hair never gets light in the summer any more because it is always under a cap, and I'm trying visors in an effort to correct that).
We went to Not Your Average Joe's at Cape Cod Mall after, and it was not insanely crowded, because it was only cloudy, not raining. As usual, Joe's is slow (I have no idea why they are so slow. It's odd. They can't even get the hoodsie cups out quickly) and tasty. And loud. R. tried the asian bbq pork sandwich, which I got a couple tastes of -- very good, worth repeating. I got the lettuce wraps, which is what I'm usually getting there currently.
Once back, we packed up while A. and her cousins and my sister hung out at the office for the good wifi. My mother-in-law left around 2:30 (she watched T. while the rest of us went to the brewery) and was settled in to her next destination by the time we left a little after 4:30. I was home a little before 7; R. was back a little after.
The RV gets about 7 mph. The Odyssey did a little under 20, when loaded.
We were unloaded and the kids down by 9 p.m. We're still doing laundry (we had to bring our own linens and that takes a while to get through).
Unclear what we are doing next year. The nieces want a place where the hot water is less unreliable. My sister and I really liked how good this place was for letting the kids wander around on bikes unaccompanied (they really enforce the speed limit in the campground). The pool was clean, and I really liked having a pool after several years swimming in an inlet with an unpredictable amount of jelly fish in it.