I do not have rights to print these photos- they are Erin’s. But she is high above in the clouds with her family returning home after a good long visit. Our family planned a trek into the wilderness and all but Andrew, Taite and I and Meghan’s family did it. It was primitive camping- no potable water, no “facilities”, nothing. Not even their cars. They hiked straight up into bonafide wilderness and camped. With babies!
Say "good bye" to civilization.
Apparently, even if you didn't have a baby of your own you were allowed to take a turn.
No baby on board? Not a problem there was lots of other stuff that needed hauled in too.
Freyja just slays me, hand on her hip, " Let's get a move on, can we?"
This briefly made me wish I'd braved the trip. Briefly.
My kids have always loved jumping off cliffs and they married spouses that like doing that too.
Probably the best way to cool off and clean up.
Fun things you can do in the wilderness
Wilderness dirt is so good it's worth eating.
Fishing was great.
A visitor showed up for one night telling tall tales to the kids
This little guy is a happy camper.
But I am pretty sure I'd have been reduced to this about 100 steps up the mountain.