In August we took them to Chincoteague Island, Assateague lighthouse, Tangier Island, Cape Charles and Fort Monroe.
Was hot and I mean very, but they wanted to see the wild horses and as we might have known not too many of them were out and the couple of captures of them were at a distance near the water. Adalyn and Genevieve got very excited to see them and did manage a few shots.
You can see ahead the break in the water that we are headed for another tunnel.
Quick video take of the horses
Converted to be electrically lighted in 1933. First light being candle lantern.
Originally constructed here in 1833 at a cost of $55,000.
Later in 1860 construction on a taller more powerful light had begun but was delayed by Civil War.
After the war the light was completed in 1867.
Early in the day but still mosquitoes were biting pretty bad. It was worse walking up hill to light but not bothered when we left going down to car.
Fuzzy pic but still can see going up and a little leery they two are.
Assateague light.. Enlarge on the video to view it better
Lil Genevieve is not letting go. Looks like Adalyn isn't either.
These little girls are so much fun.
Back at the hotel and ready for the pool but not until they finish playing with their dolls.