Sophie and Sage remember how much fun they had last year at this time, look how much they've grown. This year was just as great. The weather was nice not so hot, water was refreshing- cold at first, until you get used to it, the girls loved sleeping in a tent the boys liked having their own tent, dutch oven dinners and our favorite dutch oven dessert, tin-foil dinners, & S'mores were to die for food is always better in the mountains! Playing games around the campfire, tubing, waterskiing, and enjoying the fireworks over the lake. Such fun-filled days, we hardly wanted to leave. Paul got around well with his injured knee ya, I was worried at first, he didn't even bring his brace the boys were a big help, and we were grateful at how kind and helpful others were. As soon as we pulled up to our spot on the dock to unload the boat, the boater next to us helped us dock and instantly grabbed some of our heaviest supplies and hiked it up to our camping spot, not knowing how much he was really helping. It's the little things that mean so much! Paul did suffer a bit at night- allergies and asthma hit him hard, but he's a trooper and never complains, even when we all could ski but him. Next year baby! We had a delightful time!
Josh driving the boat, supervised by mom & dad
Sophie and Sage both wanted to ski after watching the rest of us. Wow, it won't be long I'm sure, but it freaks me out picturing them out there on their own at this age, watching them tube is scary enough, for me. They love it!
Happy 4th of July!