To me, the picture above says, "Family Camp, A New Generation"
That's Amy's mom holding Jonas during campfire time.
Will Jonas, my grandson, be taking his family to this camp someday?
They say nothing has changed since I first started going there back in the 1960s. I bet even the dirt is the same. My grandchildren are probably walking on the same little specks of dirt that I did.
Amy and Logan
Volley ball with towels. Even the games are the same.
McKenzie and Kylie
My niece Carly with little "Tennis Ball" next to her and his Daddy Enoch. Baby #4 is due Sept. 1st
My brother John and his wife Suzanne.
Must have been my sister Robin's turn to work in the kitchen yesterday.
The Kitchen Rules. I wonder how long those signs have been up there.
Lots of sitting and visiting. Here is my sister Peggy with her granddaughter Rivka.
Logan pushing the twins around
Logan set up a hammock right outside their cabin. I've heard he lays in there at night and swings Jonas to sleep. Sweet Macie girl is in there now.
What is it about little kids and dirt?
It's like they can't get enough of it.
Hosanna and Rivka
My sister Heidi helping with the babies, along with Amy of course.
This one's for you Jason.
My brother Richard and his wife Wendy, aka Papa and Chickie
I heard Téa is not liking the outdoors as much.
She's more content at home.
Have you seen a sadder face?
Jonas says: "I don't know why my little sister doesn't like it up here. I think it's the best. I plan on bringing my children here someday."