I know I’m very lucky, in that I have a fairly large group of friends who are always ready to do things/go places/generally be weirdos. It’s even better when the majority of us decide to go places as a massive group. This post is a little delayed, but I just thought I would share a few snaps that I took over the long weekend we had in May.
12 of us piled into our cars and drove to the town of Eastport for the weekend. Eastport is a bit of a rarity in Newfoundland, in that, it has quite a few sand beaches. These aren’t the norm around here (except I’m spoiled to have a pretty great one in my hometown of Elliston as well). The town is pretty small, but it was what we were looking for, for a weekend away.
We rented what used to be a B&B that is now rented out as a full unit. It was really great for everyone to have their own space – with 7 bedrooms and 6 bathrooms there was plenty of beds to go around!
A stereotypical “let’s go to the beach and jump in the air shot” – some of us are obviously more talented than others!
Brunch for 12 includes: 2 dozen eggs, 3 packages of bacon, 3 packages of touton dough, about 24 slices of bologna and (not shown) about 10 potatoes cut into hash browns. Quite the feed!
Corn hole tournament, anyone?
You probably haven’t acted out charades like these before.
As with any old house, we assumed this one was haunted. We named our ghostly friend Stanley. He seemed pretty friendly. Probably because we kept his cup full of beer over the weekend.
Talent? I think yes.
Those are just a few shots from our weekend. There’ll be more over the summer as we excursion more together. Though, you know you’re really becoming an adult, when our next cabin outing involves children!