Popsicles taste good when it's hot out!
Bryden is just about done with his training wheels
Gavin is sure he can ride anywhere his big brother can (almost!)
It's the juggling daddies! Mike, Matt and Rob entertain with Gavin's assistance...
Beach time means sand castle time if Bryden's around
If it looks like a baseball bat, hit something with it!
The sand castle is coming along nicely! (That's Bryden's favorite museum in the world in the background - the S.S. Sicamous , the Canadian Inland Maritime Museum)
Riding the dolphin in the waves was fun and easy...
...the orca proved a bit trickier to control
Now it's the dozing daddies!
Even on vacation, we still like our bedtime stories
We did get a chance to go out climbing, just to prove that daddies can still do rock...
Here's Rob leading "Skunked"
And Mike following - it was a beautiful day in a beautiful place
Here I am on "Climbing with Elvis"
Mom made a baseball mitt cake, and baseball cupcakes - we approved!
Gavin played around on the rock as well, but decided climbing fallen trees was just as much fun!
Tenting at Dungeness Spit
Here's the Spit at high tide - it goes out 5 miles to a lighthouse on the end
Gavin's ready to go exploring!
Climbing on the huge chunks of driftwood is fun!
"I'm a big boy, I do it myself..."
"...with just a little help from mama still!"
Hmmm - what's Kelly got in her snack pack?
A driftwood teeter-totter
There was a low tide the second morning, so we went out tide pooling at Salt Creek Park
In the afternoon we headed up to Hurricane Ridge and picniced in the bright sun
Picnicing can be thristy work!
Bryden and I hiked to the top of Hurricane Hill together
The views from the top were pretty nice!
Last morning - rise and shine! (There's two boys in there - can you see Gavin?)
There's Gavin - the tent is plenty big to roll around in!
A typical car camping breakfast
On the last day we all hiked to the top of Blue Mountain, which is at the end of the highest road in Olympic National Park
We had lunch at a cool park in Sequim, the Old Railroad Bridge park
After lunch, we walked down the trail to the Dungeness River, and built a dam
More playing in the river
Brrr - this water is cold!
Hey daddy, what's over here?