So we are back from our family vaca to the good ole Okanagan! We set off on our adventure early Saturday morning for 5 nights of camping and then a few nights in my old stomping grounds and then home again. It was a lot of fun and we had a lot of things to do to keep us busy.
Here are all the kids excited for our big camping trip! Yes I know, that's a lot of carseats :) This was taken just before entering Jasper.
Stopped for lunch at Mount Robson. It was so beautiful you could actually see the top of the mountain...which I guess is rare??
Our second day, a Sunday, we went to church in Vernon and a nice family had us over for lunch after churh to get out of the heat (35+ degree weather...which is HOT!!). After lunch we found this nice little splash park for all of us to run around in. The kids were more than willing to get a little wet.
The camping crew doing what they do best...getting dirty! Good thing we stayed where there were free showers.
On the monday we decided to be a bit lazy and hit the beach. We went to Kalamalka Lake by Vernon. It was beautiful!
A little hazy from the forest fires just west of here. By noon that open sand area was filled with people. It was pretty busy but still fun!
Aidan driving a train...ok, not a real one but it was still cool.
Then we headed back towards Sicamous area, where we camped the 5 days, and saw this suspension bridge and just had to go. The Crazy Creek suspension bridge, and it rocked pretty good the more people were on it.
Our attempt at a family picture using the remote. Not bad.
After the suspension bridge we also went to the Crazy Creek Hot Springs. They were NICE!! That evening we headed to a drive in movie. We tried to keep all the kids awake to experience it but Hailee was OUT when we got there. So the boys and us enjoyed our first drive in movie experience. We saw Ice Age 3, SUPER funny!!!
On our way home we took the scenic route which meant we got to go on 2 fairies. Of course the kids had never been on one before and were all for that. How do you like the couple standing next to the kids? Pretty sweet eh!
After camping in BC we stayed a few nights at my parents house, to go to my 10yr highschool reunion and to experience the Heritage Day (or Cardston Days) festivities. And a visit to cardston wouldn't be complete without checking out the good ole Carriage House Museum.
And to finish it all of, a parade with LOTS of candy! We had a lot of fun, saw and did a lot of things and are now exhausted and glad to be home.