This past weekend was the Grenz/Burrus Annual Camping trip at South Beach in Newport. And let me tell you... it was a good one. The weather did not disappoint.
I tend to look forward to this camping trip with a lot of enthusiasm. So much so that the Janney household left Thursday instead of Friday. Going home after work would have slowed me down, so Phil and I packed up the car so I could hit the road right after I finished my CMU Reinforced Masonry Lateral Design (I rocked it by the way). This of course meant I had to bring the dog to work with me. She was a hit and such a good girl. I am thinking of making her a vest with a pocket to hold a scale and a mechanical pencil so she can be the office mascot.
Taylor and I met up with Phil in Corvallis for lunch at Local Boyz. Oh. My. Gosh. If you are ever in Corvallis and you like Hawaiian food, you have to go there. And get the macaroni salad. I ate until I was sure I was going to explode. Just thinking about it now, I am drooling a little.
Once we got to the campsite, we set up our tent. David was such a good helper. Seriously. For a 3 year old, that kid has some excellent mechanical skills. He legitimately helped with the tent.
Phil and I signed up for the Gorge Half Marathon in October. And because of our schedules and stuff, we are behind on our training schedule. So Thursday night, we had to do a 4 mile run.
The weather was perfect. We really like running at the beach, as mentioned previously HERE.
The next day we tried to go to the Yaquina Head Lighthouse but it was crazy windy and there were a bunch of people there, so we stopped by Fred Meyers to pick up a few things. David helped my dad pick out some epoxy.
Saturday morning, Phil and I hit the pavement for a 8 mile run. Here are some pics from that.
Saturday afternoon was spent on the beach which was of course really windy. You can't tell because I was the one taking the picture, but I was dressed like an eskimo. A long sleeved shirt, a down vest, light sweatshirt, a fleece jacket, running pants, and sweat pants. The plus side to that was 2 fold: 1) I was actually not freezing and 2) I didn't need to apply as much sunscreen.
So there you go. A few snapshots from our weekend. It was SO FUN and relaxing just to get away.
And seriously... go to Local Boyz.