The rest of the summer

Summer’s over, so I have to put up these pictures now, or I’ll never do it. Without further ado….

The Cape
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Elijah was obsessed with digging. Every. single. day.DSC_0920

Deeper…DSC_0930

Deeper!

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Remy kept saying, “Are you going to dig all the way to Chinatown, Elijah?” I’m not sure if she thinks that is farther away than the actual country of China…DSC_0926DSC_0941

Doing a nature scavenger hunt. Miss Thang loves having a clipboard (and telling people, especially her brother, what to do).DSC_0947DSC_0963

We had a lot of fun visiting with friends and exploring the tidal pools.
DSC_0976Check out my tiny crab friend…

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Can you even believe these tiny shells?
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We stopped in Wilkes-Barre on the way home and then went to Knoebel’s, an amusement park. You can even bring dogs there! It was really hot and there were a million people there (as well as quite a few whiny children, including ours), but we had ice cream at the end, so that saved the day 🙂DSC_0028

And Izzy was there, and she just makes everything better.DSC_0031

Home, sweet home….DSC_0037_1024

We continued our adventuring around PhillyDSC_0043_1024thumb_DSC_0099_1024

and had some friends come for a visit (although getting everyone to look in the same direction proved challenging).thumb_DSC_0104_1024

And then off to Family Camp at Camp Friendship. It’s a really great way for kids to get the sleep away camp experience, but still be with their parents. It’s also a great way for parents to get to hang out, not cook or work, and do archery, play tennis, and go zip lining.
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It was really fun to see the kids get out of their comfort zones and try new things.thumb_DSC_0122_1024thumb_DSC_0144_1024thumb_DSC_0158_1024thumb_DSC_0169_1024thumb_DSC_0165_1024thumb_DSC_0190_1024

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One Response to The rest of the summer

  1. Vinh N says:

    Adorable kids and photos. I love this quote so much :”It was really fun to see the kids get out of their comfort zones and try new things.” Thank you for sharing 🙂

    Check out my latest post here http://www.vingnguyen.com/10-things-learn-after-trip-egypt/

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