Not the Caribbean, it’s….Canada!! Family adventuring for the holiday – we filled two mini vans up to the top with tents, coolers, and 9 kids! and then (along with our dear friends) headed 6 hours north to the Georgian Bay. Bruce Peninsula National Park was an adventure in every way – rock climbing, cave exploring, cliff jumping into the icy cold water, seeing a black bear, hiking past a rattlesnake – never a dull moment. We ate like kings, smelled like camp smoke, and survived tent camping with 9 sweet kids. So thankful that our dear friends invited us along for a few days of memories that we will never forget.
Eva, my mermaid. She floated around for an hour I think, while everyone else was numb and shivering after a quick jump. On the right, our friend Elanor, so brave to jump from the top. Gabe did the jump first in our group – just watching him make the climb made me dizzy. I didn’t photograph his jump, cause I couldn’t watch. :)
These two – he loves hanging out with his dad so much – it warms the soul. And Gabe was cooler than the rest of us and slept in a hammock under the stars. Nice camping feet, Gabe. This is my favorite shot from the trip. A perfect moment, cause her name means light.