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Two weeks, five states, two thousand miles, fifteen ice cream stops, ten Mad Libs stories, and only ____ (make your guess in the comments below) arguments later we've made it back home. We ended our vacation on Sunday with a few of our favorite things: family worship service, breakfast out, shopping, Happy Meal supper, and an evening of candlelit reading. Today, Monday, was vacation catch up day. The girls ...
... well and it was a colorful wedding party that headed to a nearby train station and park for pre ceremony photos.
Georgia smiled on cue and ran around with Addison (the other flower girl) giggling and skipping.
Georgia happily walked down the aisle holding mummy's hand (who walked with a groomsmen) dropping rose petals.
Once the ceremony was under way there was much giggling and picking up of the ...
Thankfully the kids are sleeping in a bit which is lucky since they are staying up late. With there being another three hours might change between here and California we don't know whether we are coming or going. Delicious breakfast at our Bed and Breakfast, Moondance. Can't get enough fresh fruit salad!! By the time breakfast was ...
... was spent in those spots. We were so focused on getting to the airport on time that we forgot about food, the kids found the flight hard as the only snack we had on hand were Cheetos and chocolate!! Our flight was delayed so we were a bit later than hoped by the time we landed, after collecting our rental van (this one had a DVD player) we were a bit late for the family dinner. So many faces we haven’t seen in a long time!! ...
... to make it impossible to avoid. The dark lens made trail riding a bit more hazardous because the lens took so much light away I would not see ruts in the sand/dirt. The amber lens on the other hand made it look like someone turned the lights on high. Worked especially well at dusk making the colors pop out. Kenda rear tire: Worked really well all around but slightly slippery on pavement. Snow crossings were a breeze, water crossings were simple, sand was easy to accelerate in. ...