Walking the pups on Saturday, it looked like the day was going to be overcast. Secretly I was hoping the fog would stay since it is spring break time.
Well, no such luck. As you can see the first day of spring break was beautiful. Kites in the sky told me there were people on the beach.
Looking North my worst fear was confirmed.
The ground view did not show any improvement.
Camps were set up.
The Beach Patrol was on the prowl.
The kids were getting warmed up for a good old-time. (to be read drunk)
State Troopers were there with drug-sniffing dogs. We witnessed an interrogation and search of a suspect.
The crazies were out with their motorized equipment, lawn chair and carpet.
The pelicans were keeping formation in spite of the chaos below.
The blue heron was keeping watch over his mile marker perch.
To support law enforcement who come from all over during spring break, our neighborhood volunteered to fix two-weekend meals for the officers, EMTs and support staff.
Saturday night was Chili night. Debbie Robertson organized the event, and our community is Beachwalk II.
There were about 72 meals served.
The meal gave the officers a little time to relax and share stories.
Here are the volunteers of Beachwalk II. My Producer is one of the volunteers.