Saturday, July 10, 2010

Last of the Cabin

One of our do it yourself desserts one evening was dirt pie. Each child had a small pail and emptied a pudding cup into it. Next came the dirt - or crunched up chocolate cookies. We put an oreo straw into the mix so we could put the real flower we picked in our flower pot. Not quite enough pudding to fill it up, but they had fun.See that worm?

On Saturday Bob's sister came up and brought her 2 grandchildren. Here are our 4 with her Brooklyn enjoying an ice cream in town.
That evening was our 4th of July dinner - even though it was still June. Lots of red, white, and blue food.
Elizabeth and I always make this jello at the cabin.
Our niece, Casey, and her daughter Brooklyn.
The end of vacation and the big fish pictures. Laura and Tom left fairly early in the morning so we followed them to the edge of town for our picture.
Jessica and Ryan left a few days later and it was a beautiful day.

End of another summer fun at the cabin with the grandchildren. We are hopeful that lots of family memories will be made by all of the kids.

This last picture is totally random and has nothing to do with this post, but I thought it was funny. It was getting ready to rain and the sky was getting dark. I looked out to check on the weather and look at what I saw in the top of our tree. Double click on the picture to check out the white heron in the top of the tree. He looked so pretty against the very dark sky.

1 comment:

Rettabug said...

What a great bunch of kidlets & some wonderful memories for them, Sue! I will have to let mine try those "dirt pies" ...OUTSIDE!!! LOL