28 August 2011

Summer fun.

My Sweet Husband had a great idea.
We took my Tacoma up to haul the tubes.
It is a comfy little pickup truck.
Just look at him, can you imagine how peaceful this is?
There were a lot of other people with the same idea, 
that is OK, it is a big river.  
It is really hard to stay stressed when you are out playing with someone special.
It is good to be a kid! 
We did this last summer too, but I did not get any photos.
This year I decided I better, so I can share.
Hope you find a little time to play too.


  1. Yay for listening to your inner child! Glad you had such a fun day! The pics are lovely! Take care

  2. nice...so fun...we did this when we lived in NC...and again in MD...even here in VA but not for a couple years...waitin on our boys now to swim a little better

  3. That would be fun if it wasn't for that water stuff!

  4. Dear Kat, it truly looks like you guys had fun!;) Here summer has been a washout and soon is ending, this morning it was only 40 degrees!;)
    Thank you so much for your recent visit and such endearing comments, so glad my words spoke to you. Hope whatever is taking place in your life right now will have a positive outcome.;))
    Have a great Monday dear friend,

  5. That does look very relaxing...floating down the lazy river. And the best part is you got to spend it with someone special : )

  6. Wow - that sounds fun, but erm..... where's the fishing rod???


  7. Now that looks like it was fun and relaxing both! They do tubing on the Farmington River up here but with my bad back I think I'd probably be able to get into the tube but never out of it again!


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