Little, Furry, and Fast

Our time is drawing to a close, but I have a number of posts still to share of what we’ve been doing. I can’t wait to share about our 14er adventure yesterday, and yes, we did summit, and most of us summited two 14ers. More on that later.

Feeding chipmunks is always a highlight for the little ones, and the one-year-olds especially were excited this year. It amazes me what simple things bring a smile to their faces!

Serving my Lord,
Sarah

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All Christina wanted to do was catch one, and she came close!

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I meandered over to the bed and breakfast and ended up receiving a tour. The hostess’ husband built the place over a period of 10 years with reclaimed materials. It was amazing!

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Joshua gets this silly grin and a sparkle in his eyes. It’s so cute.

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After the chipmunks, we found a little place we could picnic beside a stream.

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“Rejoice in the LORD, O ye righteous:
for praise is comely for the upright.”
Psalms 33:1

3 thoughts on “Little, Furry, and Fast”

  1. The chipmunk eating out of Abigail’s jacket hood is so cute. That will be a lifelong memory for her! Do you recall the name of the B&B?
    >>>>>>>>>>>
    Ghost Town Guest House.

  2. Glad to see that all the children young and old had fun with the chipmuncks! What a blessing to be able to interact with God’s creatures.

    May I ask are the guy’s new beards just for the vacation?

    Enjoy your last for days and until you are safe at home.

    Mrs T
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    The beards were something different. We will see how long they last. Heading home tomorrow morning.

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