Pearrygin Novel part 1

Aug 23, 2015
We braved the drive and elements again and made the trek to Lake Pearrygin to camp with my family for the week.  



There were of course a few moments where I questioned our sanity, as to why we came camping with 4 little kids so far from home.  But, early morning cinnamon rolls from sherri's helped make it worth it. 


And it didn't take long for all us to settle back into the Pearrygin Lifestyle.  


Don't be fooled by this serene moment, there are 3 wild animals sleeping in here, just waiting to break out and cause chaos.       


But watching these cousins play made it more than worth it.  Crew and Mason ran right up to each other when we pulled in and it was like they'd never been apart.  



And these 4 were bff's just like always.  



I rarely got to sit down and chat with people,  but I suppose that is what happens at this stage in my life.  


Ruby was eating up the Pearrygin Lifestyle and just ran around our campsites checking things out and constantly taking the Stephen's little blowup animals.  



I didn't even think of opening a book this year, but I didn't mind too much. There was just too much playing and chasing to do.  


Luckily the kids got to spend some quality time with the great grandmas and Nana & Pop-Pop.  


And there was always lots of late afternoon reading sessions happening in the shade.  
  


We did get a few game nights in, my favorite being a rambunctious game of Dutch Blitz, where we got to break in our new expansion pack.  


We made as many visits to Sherri's as possible and only got chased away by the bees once (Ruby got her first bee sting here).  

And we learned, don't sit by Crew.  The bees just flocked to this kid for some reason. :)  

This was one of the hottest years I remember, so we ended up playing less games and spent more time floating and playing in the water.  






The lobster, turtle, sting ray, and dolphin blowups we brought were one of our better summer purchases.  


Paul came up with the idea to do a floaty parade.   



He got all the animals tied together behind the kayak, we got the kids situated on their desired animal and he took the parade on a tour past our neighboring campsites. 


Cutest parade I've ever seen.  

Next post will be about our all thrilling adventures behind the boat.  







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angie
I love the parade idea! So cute.

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