The Annual Family O'Donnell family reunion, was up near Bear Lake this year, and what another fun year it was.
Our camp was near a river, so the kids where frequently found in the water, as well as the adults while we soaked our feet and talked about the good old days, okay maybe just about the days :)
I love this picture of Sydni and Kaylyn shortly after we arrived, Sydni was still a little bit loopy from the drive.
Funny face and so ready to get out of the car!
3 of the younger kids, 2 great grandchildren and one grandchild.
Didn't take long to get dirty, now did it?!
Cutie Leah, my brother's daughter.
Aunt Kelly was nice enough to bring a few items for the younger, Carson of course chose a train!
Mike, Mom, Paul, Ryan, and Alec went on a hike up on top of a ridge, so I got out my bigger lenses to see what if I could see them. Well I could, still small, but you could tell it was them at least :)
We couldn't keep this little one clean, and we didn't care to, we were camping and she was having fun and didn't bother her she was dirty, so we just took pictures instead.
Darling picture of Carson talking to Grandpa and buddy.
Carson loves animals, and he was found either by the dogs or the river most of the week.
Two peas in a pod these two are, more like siblings rather than aunt and nephew.
Took this picture, so I could see where I came from, have a similar picture from last year, unfortunately you couldn't tell very well, still a cute pic though.
My cute little mess!
We took one night and cleaned up both the kids with some warm water and bucket, Sydni quite enjoyed it.
On Friday we took a trip down to Bear Lake. The water was cool, but not too bad.
The daring group that decided to wade out in pretty deep waters.
Sydni is our little fish, she was not nervous about the water at all, in fact quite a few times I had to turn her around so she wouldn't go in too deep!
Carson loved playing in the sand, too bad he got a big sunburn right above his shorts, and to this day in October he has a nice tan line.
Someone had to buried right, well Tanner was our subject, we turned him into a mermaid, cups and tail included :) Ryan didn't like the bra/bikini top and kept trying to mess it up, poor kid.
Making his own little castle
It took quite a bit for Tanner to pull himself out of the pit, it kept sucking him back in, pretty good suction with the water and sand.
Had to take a picture of my Jamberry toes, they did perfectly playing in the sad and water as well as camping :)
Wading through with the oars
Such a cutie!
Those will little ones, will no sand and babies, don't mix, or do they, at least in their mouths it does.
Tyler came to spend the week with us, brave, but I believe he enjoyed it.
Desarae/Daniel/ Leah to bad they had to leave to go to a funeral after Bear Lake
See what I mean two peas in a pod.
The final sand castle of the day, it was a good day.
On Saturday, aunt Kelly brought out a little scavenger hunt for the kids to find little things throughout the camp. Carson and I did pretty well, found all but 2 items, we even found a full size rope, not a bad find!
Grandma helped Savannah, while her mom Leslie had a phone interview.
Grabbing their pine corns
It was a fun time as always, I will add the group picture once I get it from Uncle Mike.
We left on Sunday and headed home, when we got home we fed the kids, and at one point Carson said he was cold and put it over his head and fell asleep, camping wore him out!
Until next time Folks :)