Monday, August 10, 2009
Grandpa made the kids a teeter totter (last camping trip he made a swing - I heard all about it)
- he is a pretty good grandpa!
I love, love, this picture above - it just missing one of my cute little nephews.
(check out little M's face - in the pink hat!)
Saturday, August 8, 2009
Since the weather was so nice we went to play in the stream by our campsite.
The culvert (the big round pipe that allows the water to run under the road) provided lots of entertainment. It took some coaxing for the first one to float through, but it was lots of fun.
(oh and yes the water is freezing!)
Thursday, August 6, 2009
The wild sunflowers were all over when you got up high into the mountains - so pretty.
We hiked into this old abandoned coal mine on both days of our camping trip.
Below is my little nephew - I love how he looks so tiny in this picture, and yet every time he stood on a rock or stump he would shout "king of the word."
I just love him.
Tuesday, August 4, 2009
The last flower (and the red one) are called Indian Paintbrushes - usually you only see them in red, but my dad saw this beautiful orange one, so we stopped to get a picture. Well worth the stop. The Indian Paintbrush is the Wyoming State Flower. Don't you think it is pretty.