Brad and I where in charge of the "vacation".
We tried to think of activities that we don't usually do, things that would make a range of age groups happy, and not to much $$$.
Friday we opted for some separate activities. The Dads took all the kids mini golfing and to lunch at McDonald's. No pictures, but I would have loved to witness the outing.
While the men tended to the kiddos, the ladies hit Cameo College for pedicures (AMAZING) followed by lunch at Jason's Deli.
After lunch we met up and the ladies took the kids swimming out at the Kearns Rec Center and the men hit the links.
I love going out to the rec center. They have it all and the kids are so happy with so much to do.
A favorite: The large buckets that dumps water.
One of the times Teeny got in on the action in her clothes. (she was persuaded by a daughter and alittle $$)
After hours at the pool we headed to Kaysville to Jason and Ang's house for dinner.
So good and plenty of time to visit and spend time together.
Like I said good food, but I think the highlight was the stomp rocket.
The kids couldn't get enough of it and the instant competition to see who's went the highest.
A favorite picture of mine.
Big Josh picked up Jackson to get him out of the way.
After an exhausting first day we decided to push back our meeting time for Saturday morning. Everyone of us was spent.
After a good night sleep we met up at Sundance ski resort for a hike and picnic.
An amazing day to be up in the mountains.
We were missing a few family members (all were missed), but we had a good turn out for the hike.
The top of the ski lift
The hike was much longer then I thought, but there was just a little path and we all fell into line and followed Amanda up the mountain.
I love these pictures of the group.
We had all packed lunches and it was an amazing setting to sit and eat our lunch at the bottom of the waterfall. Stewart Falls, it was a great hike.
Like a moth to a flame.
Josh loves water.
It was bitter cold but this kid couldn't wait to get in.
The hike down was crazy, we all lined up and started to head back to the ski lift for the ride down. James and Josh naturally wanted to be in the front trailblazing.
Ironic as it sounds with the amazingly, long line of family we got separated.
Before we realized it...Josh, James, Naomi, Ang, and Amanda were on the right path back to the ski lift and the rest of us were heading down the mountain. Not sure were our path went off, but instead of a nice ski lift down the mountain we were walking it.
In our attempts to get down the mountain we lost another part of our group in a different direction.
Three different groups all headed down the mountain and hopeful all headed in the right direction.
Lucky for me I was in the group the reached the bottom the fastest.
We waited 15 and the second group showed up and 1 hour later Amanda, Ang, James, Josh and Naomi came down the ski lift. Yuck.
Note to self or anyone else....not to bad to hike down then head back to the ski lift.
On our way down our little guy had it and fell right to sleep.
Waiting the arrival of the "lost tribes
After hiking and an exhausted group we all headed back to our house for dinner.
We were hoping for some slip n slide action, but it was freezing.
We opted for some relaxing and TV time and a pinata.
It was such a fun day.
We once again were all so tired by nights end.
We had family dinner at JR and Alisa's house Sunday night to complete the staycation.
With the help of everyone dinner was amazing.
Jackson found and enjoyed the massage chair.
Grandma Judkins sharing some stories from her childhood.
**Grandma is celebrating her 100th birthday in August.
More stomp rocket (Thanks Ang)
Intense games of lighting
Jason getting some love from Dot.
It was a great few days with lots of family and fun
Many were missed!!
After a weekend of playing we had Josh and Kathy's wedding to look forward too.