A little (more) island adventure.

I visited the little island of Nantucket when I was just a baby, and I promised Aunt and Uncle KandK that I would be back, whether they liked it or not! So, during our travels in the Far East, we hopped on a ferry and zipped over the ocean and joined all of dad’s family at KandK’s little island home. It was a wonderful four days of little island life.

KandK have a beautiful home with a big yard and big flowers.

Hydrangea grows like a weed on Nantucket.

Hydrangea grows like a weed on Nantucket.

Their yard is so big and perfect for shenanigans.

Their yard is perfect for shenanigans.

The whole family gathered together, and ate clams cooked many different ways.

Grammie and Grandpa and Rusty on the back porch.

Grammie and Grandpa and Rusty on the back porch.

I ate clams.

I ate clams fried and on the half shell.

The whole Anderson clan.

The whole good looking clan.

We visited multiple beaches, saw lots of boats, shells, seaweed, and even a lighthouse.

The water was very cold at some of the beaches.

The water was very cold at this beach.

There were boats of all sizes, including large yachts.

There were boats of all sizes, including large yachts.

There was even a light house, which was rather small for my taste.

There was even a light house, which was rather small for my taste.

The sunset on the beach the last night was certainly the most special part of the trip.

KandK and the Nantucket sunset.

KandK and the Nantucket sunset.

Then it was time to hop back on the high speed ferry, feel the wind in our hair, and head back to America.

The top deck of the ferry.

The top deck of the ferry.

Thanks for a wonderful visit to your little island, KandK! Don’t worry, I will invite myself back again sooner rather than later!!!

2 thoughts on “A little (more) island adventure.

  1. KandK

    Ingrid, Rowan, Aaron, come back whenever you please. We adored our niece… Woohoo big summer blowout!! See you soon?… Please?

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