Sunday, September 14, 2014

Labor Day in Pine Valley

Pine Valley has got to be one of our favorite places.  We were able to go up Saturday and play with JoEllen, Kyle and the kids and Shana, Spencer and their boys.  Laynee was in American Fork at a race, kicking butt!  We had fun playing a little Cornhole.  Come to find out that David has a little hidden Cornhole talent.


Emily and Seth against David and Ben.  Ben liked to throw his overhand and it worked pretty well for him.  This is his "Pitching Face".  For some reason when he pitches in a baseball game he always presses his tongue against the inside of his cheek.

 Then we decided to get ready for dinner so the kids took a ride on the golf cart while they were waiting.  It's not a trip to the cabin without a ride on the cart!

At the end of dinner we were talking about how much taller Evan was than David when was noticed these three scarfing down the last of the fluff.

This is nothing new for my boys but when George saw that we caught them he started laughing and almost spit fluff everywhere.  Then, of course, Matty wanted me to see what she was eating too.

Evan just said, "Whew, I'm glad I got my own plate full before they decided to finish it off!".  If you look close you can see it on his nose.

Then Sophie had all the kids pick wild flowers and helped them make headbands.  David made his own.  And Evan made this cute one for JoEllen.

 I just had to put this RARE picture in here of TEENAGERS doing the DISHES!!!  Sophie and George.

 Usually teenagers look more like this.


 Another SUPER RARE find... a picture of myself participating.  I always do but there is never any proof.

 The next day we started out with an abs contest to see who's 6-pack is better.  I don't remember why.

Josh gave the lawn a good mow and Sophie and Matty went up to the Cabin Overlook to wave down at us.

Then is was time to CORNHOLE again! We played Cornhole until the deer came home.

Then it was S'more time.  Everyone was telling jokes and learning the art of telling a good joke.  Next time you see George ask him to tell you the joke about the Polar Bear.  It's a good one.  He's really good at telling it.  We made him practice a couple times and by the end I almost peed my pants it was so funny.

As as per every cabin blog there always has to be an ugly picture of me stuffing my diabetic face with a big gooey, chocolatey s'more.  Enjoy.

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