Spent the morning waiting on the tide, puttering around and getting a few little chores done…then went and caravaned with the kids to a park&ride near NS Mayport. We all piled into the Tundra, and went to the beach on base. There were very few people, really, lots of parking. Duffy set up the umbrella, and off they went to surf, while Kaylee played in the sand and waves and I took pictures. Duffy’s in love with his new longboard and Kait and Chris are happy to take ‘ownership’ of the ones he doesn’t use. We had a wonderful time. Came home to watch Phil come in second at the Open again, and then some College World Series. Snug in bed well before 10.
Best. Father’s Day. Ever.
Kaylee says this is her favorite of all these pictures.
Kaylee and her Daddy
Kait and her Daddy
My little family…ain’t they beautiful?
Mike Cassel and Tok
May 19, 1932 – November 11, 1991
Husband, Dad, Grandpa, Warrior, Teacher, Artist, Poet
Happy Father’s Day, Dad…hug Frostie and Tok for me, and say hi to Johnny and John…
I’m pretty sure $3000/week is beyond our budget, but wouldn’t this be lovely…
Originally part of a large dairy farm, this 200-year-old farmhouse (known locally as the Carver house) was completely renovated in 2007. The property includes a large horse barn, a dairy barn, an antique brick smokehouse, and a milk house. The house is located near Manchester, Vermont in a small, classic New England village. The farmhouse is currently used to film the Cook’s Country public television show and is also available for rent.
The kitchen – the same kitchen featured on the television show – is complete with DCS ranges and ovens, Kohler sinks and fixtures, and has a wonderful view out back of the barns and meadows. The dining room is capable of accommodating at least a dozen guests, the living room has a working fireplace, and there is a mud room, wraparound & screened-in porches, and a brick patio off the back.