We have fun friends.  Namely, they know how to find fun that is both kid and adult friendly.  Balance, people.  It’s all about balance.  And really, any fun that is to be had after 6PM – especially in the summer – should start with WIN and end with an E.  #winwithanE #thatswhatI’msaying

So this past Thursday, we took the kids on a sunset cruise aboard the Miss Avalon.  It departs from Avalon (bay side) and either cruises around the bay, or heads oceanside to look for dolphins and such.  Depending on the weather.  But it almost doesn’t matter, because A. you are on a boat, and B. you can bring whatever food/snacks/drinks you’d like.

Our buddy brought this canned rose (no seriously – it was gooood) and a full cheese platter.  Like I said, fun friends.

The Miss Avalon does such a nice job with the kids, too.  Not only is there something naturally calming about a boat, but this baby is two stories (so fun to explore), and the Captain lets each kid take a turn driving the boat (and they print a certificate after).  The Captain takes back the helm to cruise under a drawbridge, and watching the bridge lift – just for us!! – is a thrill no matter the age.












Outfit Details

shirt: Hanro cami (before boarding – xs for reference)

jacket: Current/Elliot (size 1 for reference)

scarf:  Sole Society c/o

shorts: One Teaspoon bandits (size 25 for reference)

flips: Reef Ginger (in brown – 8 years old and still my fav flips)

sunglasses: old Salts, but these Maui Jims are really similar


And my response when asked if I wanted more canned Rose?


[fist pump]  Cause we’re #winningwithanE


The Miss Avalon’s sunset cruise leaves every Tuesday and Thursday at 6:30PM until September 4th.




  1. Fun Shana! You’re summer has been ALL that! FUN! And for us readers, it has also been fun to watch. Ok, enough of the F word! Hahah. And, I’m so intrigued by canned wine….how interesting, but I believe you that it’s good. Good for you too, right?!

    Enjoy the last remaining days of summer.

    Love, Ann from http://www.KrembdelaKremb.com

  2. Skeptical about wine in a can? Buy a bottle of Underwood(we used the pinot for our “taste test”) and a can. Guarantee you can’t tell the difference–and you’ll have fun proving it.

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