My favorite time of the year is fall so it was really nice to be in the canyon all week and watch the changes in the leaves over that time.
Kira and Kaitlyn, Thayne and McKinley drove up on Wednesday. We spent the morning cutting out our bags for our get away next weekend.
The two little ones played on the picnic tables and loved all the wide open space they could run around in. We had the whole lodge to ourselves.
We went back to the trailer and fixed sandwich's for lunch before they headed back down. We had a great time, didn't we kids?
Most evenings we watched the deer in the meadow. I think these are the camp pets. They don't go very far from camp.
Stuart found time to sit and relax. He took his gun to get it sighted in for the upcoming deer hunt. I stayed in the trailer while he was shooting. Just a tad loud for me. He did offer me ear plugs though!
Friday evening we had a group of Relief Society sisters come up for the night. Some of them chose to stay the night. They all stayed in the lodge instead of using the dorms. Kira, John and the kids drove up with their trailer and stayed the weekend. Karas helped us make cupcakes for the birthday party.
On Saturday night we were celebrating two birthdays. Mine and Kira's.
Did you know they even have boy stuff at camp? Hatch and Thayne really liked the small tractor. They went with Grandpa and Dad(John) to clean out some of the ditches around the camp grounds.
The guys did a bit of service work in the lodge. They worked on a few odds and ends that needed some repairs.
Did you know Jacob has a hidden talent? He played the piano with Karas and Thayne. It was fun to have him join us on Saturday morning.
Yum, the first chili batch of the season. It was cool enough to enjoy chili and scones for our birthday dinner.
Wouldn't you love to have a kitchen this size?
Meet our server Hatch, he came up with this idea. I dished, he served.