Friday, June 1, 2012
Memorial weekend in the Northwest is the kickoff weekend to camping. We had great intentions to join in on the festivities, but when we checked locations to camp everything was taken. Instead we stayed in town and hiked Saturday, went to Yakima to visit Blake's parents Sunday, and had a BBQ with friends on Monday. By Tuesday, we were tired. Hiking was so much fun. It was Hannah's first time, so I was curious to see how she did. She loved it, but then again what's not to love when you're carried around for 7 miles. Lucy had a great time too. She loves being outside in the woods. When we got to the top of the mountain we had our picnic and enjoyed the sights of the waterfall. The way down was the funniest part of all. Lucy was wet from the hike up, but fairly clean. Until she saw the biggest area of mud. She literally went up to it, laid down, and then proceeded to roll around a few times. She was completely covered. Hannah made us laugh coming down the mountain as well. She was making noise and kicking around, and then all of a sudden she was silent and her head was down. She had fallen asleep.
Posted by Joy in the Journey at 2:46 PM