Reesie spend some time with her pants on her head.
Henry spent a lot of time wading in the river near our camp site.
Reesie spent a lot of time watching him.
I spent some time teaching Henry how to smile.
No, no, no. That's exactly the opposite of smiling.
There you go. Much better.
Perfect. He's a quick study.
Uh, oh. Looks like Dad's forgotten how. Now, that's just sad. Try again.
Et tu, Reesie?
Aw, she's working on it.
And now? Well, now she's just workin' it.
After we sat around and just smiled at each other for a few hours, our cheeks were really starting to hurt. Someone suggested we go on a hike. I think it was the couple camping next to us. They wanted us and our dogs to get the he-- out of the camp ground area.
This couple were older yuppies who apparently thought that children, dogs, and everyone else camping should be seen and not heard. We're pretty sure they didn't like Henry riding his power wheels in our camp spot, nor did they care for the loud children camping in the spot just adjacent to us. They didn't like motorcycles, trucks or cars circling the campground to look for open sites either. I think the campground host must have told them to quit their complaining and moved them to a new spot...RIGHT NEXT TO THE OUTHOUSE. Take that, elderly yuppies.
For the record, their two dogs charged another person while we were camping. These dogs were small enough to kick so they weren't too menacing. Also in the 'for the record' category, since the campground host gave us the green light on Henry's four wheeler riding and everyone else around us thought it was an awesome toy, once the elderly yuppies moved RIGHT NEXT TO THE OUTHOUSE I took it upon myself to guide Henry on several, SEVERAL trips up and down the campground road, passing them and waving to them each time.
See, I'm nice. I waved at them, didn't I?
Take some deep breaths, Jen. Serenity now. Ahh. Here's Hank and the dogs on our hike to Fehr Lake.
Henry incurred a scrape on the hike. It was so important to him that I document his owie. It was also important that everyone that came within 50 yards of us know it too. He was so proud of it. I told him that chicks dig scars.
This is what I look like whilst hiking.
This is what Reesie looks like hiking.
This is what she looks like grabbing for the camera.
The pups decided they would go for a swim.
See Batty dog wet.
See Maxie dog wet.
See Henry sit by Lake.
See Henry hike out of lake trail.
Then it was back to our camp site and down to the river. Henry thought he'd throw some rocks. As you can tell from his rock selection, he's a little ambitious for his own good.
Then Henry showed us how dirty his hands had become after two days of wilderness living.
Reesie shows off a cleaner version of hands.
Because Henry was so filthy, we thought it would be nice to hose him down to get him clean. Instead, we spread canned cheese lines along his legs and let Bat lick him.
Then we retired to bed where Henry and I played and told stories under the covers until Dad told us to knock it off or we would both be grounded.
Whatever there, Dad. Remember the squirrel?
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