So we’re headed off again. This time to the annual Sun Lakes summer bash with family and friends.
Our departure day was a scorcher with eastern Washington temperatures in the 100’s and a nasty layer of smoke blanketing the normally cobalt blue skies.
So, without any further delay, let’s just have a look at the video highlight reel:
Other than a hurricane force wind and dust storm on Friday night the weather was just about perfect, mid 80’s during the day and low 70’s at night.
If it seems like I glossed over that wind storm it is because I didn’t want to dwell on the fact that it smashed up our canoe, and demolished several tents at the camp. Oh well, that canoe was pretty much destroyed when I brought it back from the dead last winter… I guess we’ll just have to fix it again.
Here are a few photos from our adventure.
Now for some cliff diving excitement:
I gotta say this little guy captured a piece of my heart. He didn’t realize he was only 3 years old and figured he could do just about anything a big kid or an adult could do. One minute he was headed out into the lake, bobbing around in his life jacket, the next he was riding his strider bike down the boat ramp… much to the astonishment of his dear mother, who could barely keep up with the little dude.
That’s about it for this episode of the Adventure Journal. I could keep typing words all day but I would never be able to really describe how wonderful it is to be blessed with some many wonderful friends and a beautiful loving family.
Thank you all.