Day 23: A Train to the Beach
All Aboard! Our friend, Kaci, has a relative in the Bay Area, that blessed 12 of us and our friends with train tickets from Roaring Camp in Felton, CA to Santa Cruz Boardwalk!
We drove an hour and a half south of the city along with 3 Keels, 3 Maturos, and 2 McCords! We packed us a lunch/snack that we enjoyed on the train ride to Santa Cruz.
We drove through tunnels, over a bridge, past large redwoods, alongside a river and into Santa Cruz.
Asher's favorite part was the train ride itself. All the kids moved around the different seats, stepped outside for the rear view, and had to present their tickets to the conductor.
Once we arrived to the Santa Cruz boardwalk, we had about an hour to enjoy the Pacific Ocean.
Now, I thought we would simply admire the ocean and enjoy the sand, but my kids had other ideas. Because of my pre-conceived thoughts, I didn't pack towels, swimsuits, nor a change of clothes. But that didn't stop them!
Sand and all, we barely made it back to the train before it departed. You can imagine
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what it was like to tell 9 kids it was time to leave the beach, wash 18 feet, take everyone to the bathroom, and run to the train. Everyone on the train looked impressed that we made it, too!
We're thankful to our friends who made this adventure so much fun!