July 26, 2010

Henry's Lake 2010

A few weeks ago we made a trip up to Idaho to visit the family and to be in Burley for Garrett's mission farewell. While we were there we spent a few days in Henry's Lake with the Turner family. We had so much fun. We were there from June 23rd through June 26th. We had such a great time. Wednesday it was just John and I and our kids, Travis and Jill and their kids, and Mom and Dad Turner. Thursday Mike and Melissa came up with baby Amy and Garrett. Also, Colt Turner, John's cousin came up for Thursday night. Also Thursday David and Heather came up. It was so fun to just get to hang out with everyone and visit with each other...since we don't get to get to do that very much.
This was the hat the Kayleigh wore most of the time since it was just a tad chilly for her little head. It looked so stinkin' cute on her.
Of course while we were there we got the opportunity to go fishing. It is one of my favorite things to do while there. This year it was me who brought in the biggest fish...totally a fluke as it was the only fish I caught. And I have to give all the credit to Travis. He's the angler in the family.

What was so fun this trip was to see Lucas and Ethan playing together so well. I think this was the most amount of time they have been together consecutivly. They were like two peas in a pod. Both were pretty much covered in dirt for 3 days. They went out on the boat and caught fish, blew the seeds off of the dandilions, and they chased ground squirrls. It was hilarious.

Kayleigh and Maddie wanted to be apart of the action so Jill fashioned up milk crates for both of them. It was so fun. Kayleigh wasn't quite sitting up by herself so it was nice that she could sit up with the help of the crate. By the time we made it home to Vegas she was sitting up by herself like a champ.
The best part about two rambuncios boys....nap time. They both started on the air mattress but ended up like this. It was too funny.
We had such a great time. It has been several years since we were able to go up with the family. We are so glad that we did. We can't wait until we live a little closer and can go every year.

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