I’m a bit nervous.

I don’t know how much I’ll actually enjoy this, and I’m not sure what I’m supposed to do if things go awry.

I’m sure my family members will have questions too, but they’ll also be more excited about my newfound freedom than I am.

The beach in Bergen, New Jersey.

(Photo: Paul Hoehner/Getty Images)On Friday, my brother and I drove from his home in New Brunswick, New Brunswick to the beach in Bridgewater, New Hampshire.

The coast was clear, the weather was pleasant, and it felt like the perfect time to soak up some sun.

The first thing I noticed was that the sand was so dry, I couldn’t see much of a difference.

But I could tell by looking around that it was actually a beachfront rental, and that I could get in for a few hours without having to buy a tent.

The hotel in Bridgewater.

(Image: Paul J. Richards/Getty)While I had no idea what to expect when we arrived at the resort, the hotel staff told me that it would take us about an hour to make our way to the pool, which was the perfect setting for a relaxing night.

The pool itself was about as far from the beach as you could get.

It was dark and cold, but I didn’t feel the need to keep wearing sunscreen, which is a big plus.

I was prepared to relax.

After a few beers, I wandered into the lobby, where a receptionist greeted me with a small tray of water and a bottle of water.

“There’s something for you,” she said, and handed me a couple of towels and a blanket.

I was warm and comfortable, and as I sat on the ground in the shade, I realized that I had just stepped into one of the first campsites that I’d ever been to.

I’ve never been to a beach like this before, but it was a little unnerving to be on a plane.

As I began to get dressed, I noticed that the only person I saw outside was a receptionista.

She had no shirt on and looked exhausted.

I asked her why she wasn’t wearing one.

She said that she didn’t want to be in the sun too much, so she was going to wait until the plane landed.

As I waited in the airport’s arrivals hall, I kept wondering about my family.

They were in the hotel room. I didn