I thought we had done all our trippin’ in Ohio and then we went to Headlands! And we saw a goddess! We go here once in a while, and it really is a nice beach. There is about a mile of natural sand along the lake with preserved sand dunes and driftwood and rocks by the water. The day before we were there they had just had a festival and there was a beautiful, professionally done sand sculpture as we entered the beach.
Really is looking through the other side in L photo
It was incredibly windy and the kites were a huge success. The kids did go swimming, but with the wind and lower temperatures it was too cold for me. There were lifeguards and white-capped waves, not too many people swimming.
We have been here in winter, too, collecting stones and looking at driftwood.
Headlands in January 2013. I make the kids go almost every time we are in Ohio to get them out of the house and to appreciate a unique natural place.
Here is a photo from April 2010. There is a strip of melting ice and the kids were playing on it in their warm-weather clothes.
They also made sand-angels that time!
Awwww, Fiercely was only 10, Cleverly 7, and the twins 4!! Thanks, Lake Erie and Headlands, we’ll be back.