Tuesday, July 29, 2014

{Pinevalley 2014 - Part 2}

We always take pictures when we go to the Pinevalley chapel.   It's tradition and this year I ended up being there for 2 Sundays. It was great!

All the cousins together!

Our last Sunday we listened to church from the tithing house nearby. 

24th of July Breakfast & Games at the Church

We look forward to this event most while in Pinevalley.  The kids are pros at all the fun and it's the reason we come THIS time of year.  Pioneer Day in Utah is a big deal.  

Miles chickened out in the 3 year old race once again this year and turned back.  Maybe one day!

 My parents are big part of the ward and spent most of the day setting up, serving breakfast and helping out! They scored with these 2 living in the area!

All the cousins again.  This crew has such a blast together

And our family photo using a timer while the camera was on the truck!  Can't believe we got a good picture with everyone looking and no one's eyes closed.  Man, I love this family!!

So awesome that we were ALL together even if it was just for a day or two.  We always have the best time and my parents are such gracious hosts with endless patience.  


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