Yesterday the theater on base was having a sneak-peek of the new movie Battleship, but we had to wait in line to get our free tickets a few hours ahead of time. After we got our tickets, we killed some time waiting on the movie by exploring a beach we randomly discovered by driving around aimlessly. I didn't have my camera with me, so I did the best I could with my iPhone. What did we do in the olden days??
(BTW - we loved the movie! Very Hollywood and special effect-ish, but we liked it, nonetheless. It has some serious Navy and Veteran pride - Go Navy!)
As I said, we were randomly driving around enjoying the amazing weather, and we ended up at Libbey Beach, which we have never heard of.
The beach was really neat - there was hardly any sand to walk on, but tons of rocks of all sizes.
My favorite boys :)
And girl :)
There was an area where a ton of rocks had (what I'm guessing) dried seaweed baked onto the rocks. The picture didn't do justice - it was quite a sight!
We walked around on the rocky shore and spent about an hour looking for random critters, shells, and rocks to collect.
I love this picture!! How utterly creepy!
This was a really neat find! Some sort of mollusk - if you peeked really close at the side of its shell, you could see where the animal was attached to the rock :)
Look - he's blowing kisses to the camera!