Thursday, July 9, 2009

Lake Powell

Chris and I took the kids to Lake Powell over the 4th of July (our first trip there, ever!)!! We went with my sister and her family. Here are some of the highlights:

We practiced handstands in the water
The boys hung out

We did a lot of relaxing

We took a TON of photos of the kids (Taylor, Tyrus, Tia, Ashlie, Braxten, Cameron)

We took MORE photos

Taylor learned to waterski (she did awesome!)

We towed my sisters boat (because it broke down). Then our alternator went out. Between the two boats we were able to get one working. It made for a very exciting boat ride back to Bullfrog Marina (towing Laura's boat)

We taught the kids some simple water ballet (it's a star)

We climbed on lots of rocks

Cam and Mom caught our first fish - cat fish and walleye (sp??)

Love, love, LOVED Lake Powell and can't wait to go back (maybe in August-after finals, of course!!)!!!!!
(I even bought a LP sticker for my car -lame, I know)


Elizabeth said...

How fun! Looks like you guys had a blast!! My brother's in laws have a boat house there.....I'm still waiting for an invite one day! LOL
P.S. Don't forget to post your cookie recipe! When you have time! :)

Casey said...

SOOO fun! I am so glad you got to go down. I have not been there in years! Corbin loves it down there, maybe one day we will make it back?

Char said...

Looks like a great trip!

I LOVE Powell. Haven't been since Keller was a baby, but practically lived there in the summers in high school and college.

tam said...

So glad you had a good time. Lake Powell is the best!!!

Flockhart Family said...

I love lake powell. I haven't been boating yet, but we are going in August and I can't wait.

Mikki said...

I told you you would love it. Now you will go EVERY YEAR!!! We love to go down there. It's addicting..

Laura said...

AHHHHH! Thanks for sharing! I actually feel more relaxed just looking at your photos. Glad you had a good time. P.S. Ive never been there without some sort of vehicle or boat trouble. It's part of the Lake Powell experience.