Calee and Cambree in our trailer on the top bunk where Cambree sleeps
Thursday, September 9, 2010
We had so much fun camping up at Weber Memorial this Labor Day Weekend. We had the perfect spot, and the weather was perfect. We relaxed, played games, swam, fish, and just had a great time. Saturday, Kyle's whole family came up and joined us. We had fun hanging out and the kids had fun playing. Sunday night, our friends, Chad, Jen, and Josh came up. Our friend Kyley also came up and made us some dutch oven cobbler which was amazing. It was a very fun, and very relaxing weekend. It went by way too fast!
Sunday, we all came down to be with Emily and Kyle for Addison's baby blessing. Addison looked so beautiful in her blessing dress. I was grateful to be in the blessing circle and to be a part of her blessing. We love Kyle, Emily, and Addi so much and are so grateful to have them in our lives. Sunday was such a special day. Kyle did an amazing job on the blessing, and then we all got together up at Grandma and Grandpa Call's house up in pleasant view for a really nice luncheon with lots of food. After that, it was back up to the mountains to continue camping.
Our kids love to go camping! They were so excited to be up camping and even more excited to be right next to the river. That is where we spent most of our time. Our kids were always either fishing, tubing, swimming, or just hanging out by the river. We had to keep a close eye on Calee to make sure she wasn't getting to close to the river or in areas of the river that had strong current.
Carlie and Calee
This year for Labor Day we went camping to a perfect spot right by the river up at Weber Memorial. We bought new river tubes and a new boat for the kids to play on, in the river. Saturday, We tubed the river from Weber Memorial all the way down to South Fork. It was about a two and half hour tube ride. I was so proud of Carter and Cambree. They tubed the whole thing and had a blast. We tubed down with Luke, Carlie, and Megan. Uncle Brent and Aunt Sue picked us up down at South Fork.