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Tuesday, September 8, 2015

Another Family and Friends ATV Ride

Sunday of Labor Day weekend dawned cold (35 degrees!!!) and windy but again we didn’t let the weather deter us!  The cowboy loaded the CanAm the night before and about 6:30am (yes, AM) we were rolling down the driveway to meet Lonn and the gang.  Our Sunday destination was the summit of Mill Creek—Michael and I had been there once before but the rest of the gang had not.

Laci, Katie and Lora rode in the RZR, Sarge and Sarah joined us in their RZR, the rest of the guys rode motorcycles--Michael and I brought up the rear.  Dang it was cold!!  I had four layers on top and we had a big blanket wrapped around us and Emmi—still we were none too warm!  But still, we had a great day!

Katie, Laci and Lora

Here’s a short video of us reaching the summit:

Even in spite of the cold, Lora once again enjoyed the ride—she was a smiley baby all day!  At lunch time she sat on the ground keeping us all busy trying to keep the rocks and dirt out of her mouth!

LoraIMG_3032Fall is coming!IMG_3045Standing on the summit of Mill Creek.

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Time to head home, no moose Sunday but we all enjoyed the ride!  Back at Lonn’s we made hamburgers on the grill and various other sides, some friends/neighbors of Lonn’s joined us for dinner. 

IMG_3066Birthday flowers.

What a spectacular birthday weekend—I appreciate so much our family and friends—it made turning sixty a breeze!

4 comments:

  1. A little dirt never hurts a child.

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  2. Great times outdoors with family and friends! My oldest grew up on a quad and in a dune buggy. I could never get myself as well bundled up as he was during those fall runs :-) Beautiful flowers, so glad your birthday weekend was a good one!!!

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  3. You can tell how chilly it was looking at Lora's red cheeks:) Our daughter use to carry two rocks in her mouth and it seemed like she always had two streams of dirt running down her chin. She has super health all her life. Good immunity in dirt I guess:)

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  4. You can tell how chilly it was looking at Lora's red cheeks:) Our daughter use to carry two rocks in her mouth and it seemed like she always had two streams of dirt running down her chin. She has super health all her life. Good immunity in dirt I guess:)

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