Continuing our Summer Journey, next came the 4th of July. My mom's side of the family has an annual camping reunion that we were able to attend for the first time in years. This year it was at a campground over by Idaho Falls. We weren't able to stay the whole time, but the time we were there was a lot of fun. They loved camping with Grandma. And it was a lot of fun to see family we haven't seen in years. We didn't take many pictures, but here are a few.
This big pink ball was a great source of entertainment including an intense "how many times can you bounce the ball on your head," competition.
Annie and I love tenting it up.
Here is our tent mate, Nathan. He is displaying his affinity for purple clothes.
There is no reason for this picture, and I'll probably get in trouble for putting it up, but I think it's a funny picture. Maybe you should try to enter a caption for what Nathan might have said to offend Hannah.
Molly spent most of her time catching ants. She even carried a pet ant around in a cup for about a day.
If you give your camera to your cousins while they go on a nature hike, they return with some beauties like this. To see the rest of their collection, click here
We then left and spent the actual 4th of July with Stacy (my sister) and her girls. We watched the Thanksgiving point fireworks from a church lawn. It was a lot of fun despite the sprinklers that turned on at 9:00.
The next day Hannah and I left our kids with Stacy (thank you again) and headed for Texas to move our things back to Vernal. Here is the large statue of Sam Houston...Goodbye Sam!
And here we are with our large truck. No, we don't own that much stuff. We ordered a much smaller truck, and they thought they were doing us a favor by giving us this huge truck. Anyway, we enjoyed being truckers for a few days.