And of course, we can’t forget the play structure.
My last minute planning, at its finest, came with no opposition from the troops. I keep the RV stocked, for an occasion like this, with everything we would need for a nights stay anywhere (minus the food). We have pajamas, a change of clothes, toothbrush and toothpaste, toiletries, ample dishes and necessities to get us through any 24 hour period.
So, when I came up with the bright idea to head to the beach, I hollered down the hall, “Grab your bathing suits and cover-ups and meet me in car!” It was met with little to no opposition.
With this system in place, from it’s original idea to implementing it, we were out the door in 30 minutes flat. I had to do some food prep before we left, so the kiddos wouldn’t “starve”, as they claim.
This single ball proved to be hours worth of fun! It was discarded on the beach, so we upcycled it and made good use of someone else’s misfortune. (By that I mean the parents who had to listen to the kid cry because they left their ball at the beach)