We took a week off during July and packed our bags, loaded up the SUV, hitched up the boat, grabbed the kids and the dog and departed for a week at a cabin in northern Wisconsin.  We all were ready for some time away from our hectic daily schedule and were craving some rest and relaxation.  We arrived very late on a Saturday evening (thanks to a championship Little League baseball game that delayed our departure).  We unpacked our bags and dropped into bed.  The next day we slept in, checked out the lake, headed into town for groceries and enjoyed the evening making s’mores.  Let the relaxation begin!

The week in photos…

Campfire
Fullish Moon
Roasting Marshmallows By Moonlight
S’mores Are Ready To Eat

We enjoyed swimming, boating,  tubing, playing games and the nature that surrounded us.

Fun In The Water
Cannonball!
Ahhhhh!
Around One More Time
Playing Cards With Dad
Siblings – Playing Cribbage
Over The Tree Tops – Blue Heron
Fly By – Blue Heron
In Flight – Blue Heron
Incoming
Loon In The Mist
Friendly Dragonfly
Sunset
Moon Rise
Moon Glow
In The Palm Of His Hand
Photo Op With Mr. Moose
Mr. Moose And Mr. Cool
Mom’s Turn
Giant Adirondack

Mike and the kids also tried their hand at go-karts.  It was a huge hit!

Ready!
Set!
Go!!

As Sebastian got closer to Mike & Sophia…

Catching Up

…Sophia put her foot on top of Mike’s and pushed the gas pedal to the floor!

Pedal To The Medal
Taking Over 1st Place
Finish Line

The final s’more of vacation.

Perfection!

Final card game of vacation.

One Last Hand

Final family photo of vacation.

The Family

We are already looking forward to next summer.  🙂

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