Sunday, July 19, 2009

Vacation photos....

....of our RVing trip....


After stopping in at Eugene, OR, we continued to head north toward Washington State and stopped in for the night with my brother and SIL, Susan, who live in Vancouver, WA. They prepared a big and delicious dinner for us. Yummy!


Later on the night, Sue got out her sewing machine and a baby quilt top that she was working on for a co-worker. She wanted to learn the next step of making a quilt which is to layer, baste, and quilt it. Sue is a quick learner and did a great job quilting her first quilt. I can't wait to see the finish product!



The next morning .... onward to our next destination (top photo) ... Mt. Ranier. We were to meet with my other brother and sister and their families and friends for a little family reunion at La Wis Wis campground.



I love camping and being outdoor! There were so much to do..


It's nice to take a mid-afternoon nap in a hammock....

...or just chill in a hammock or two...


or a nice stroll around the campground.....















...or a bike ride if walking is not your thing....
then how about a game of horseshoe after dinner or before dinner or anytime you please....
there's always the river to play in.... toss in a few rocks....
... a game of catch and retrieve the stick...... or just get your feet wet...or just hang out by the edge of the river...or keep watch on the younger ones....... what ever you do during the day....




... the best part was by night fall, the kiddos were fast asleep.... lol











This group photo was taken on the last morning. We're missing a few people who had to leave early.
Well, this is it for now... will post again soon. :-)

2 comments:

gertie said...

Looks like a wonderful trip- so much beautiful scenery and of course catching up with family that are scattered far and wide.

Mrs Quilty said...

Wonderful trip and the doxies loved it, I see....made a comment on the above about camping but see I spoke too soon so had to come to this one and say it again....love your doxies, they are beautiful!