Cabin Camping on Cama Beach!


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Potamus, Boof and I met up with my parents on Camano Island at the lovely Cama Beach State Park. We stayed in their pet-friendly cabins, which were RIGHT on the water! While the shores of Puget Sound can’t really compare to the majestic Oregon Coast, in terms of magnitude of waves and loveliness of sand, it was really nice to be within a stone’s throw of the water! While our cabins were in the 2nd row, we could still see (and hear!) the water from our front porch!

Our days were spent swimming, drinking beer, watching Potamus climb driftwood and collect rocks/shells. He slept great the first night and crappy the second, but who said vacations were supposed to be relaxing for parents, anyway? The weather was amazing, and it was lovely to beat the heat of Seattle! Since it’s only 1 hour and 30 minutes from Seattle, I think the consensus was that this place will be an annual trip, while we’ll save the big years for the Oregon Coast extravaganza! So, here you go, a few pics from the trip:

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the waves are smaller and the beach is rockier, but he is drawn to the water nonetheless!

 

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people can rent sailboats (and kayaks and rowboats) right there at the Center for Wooden Boats right on the beach!

 

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cabins, taken from the beach

 

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swimmin’ lessons!

 

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driftwood fort with grammy and grampy

 

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spatulas, good for making dinner…or scooping sand (er, rocks)

 

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the shoreline was gorgeous

 

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shoulder rides with daddio

 

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taxidermy freaks me out

 

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building a little wooden sailboat at the Center for Wooden Boats children’s area!

 

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wagon rides

 

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always covered in marinara

 

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this’ll probably end up as our Christmas card

 

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