First we traveled to my parents house in Star Valley, Wyoming for a family reunion with my Dad's family and to spend the week with my parents.
There was a water fight and Dylan got right in the middle of it with the big boys. He never misses a chance to get wet. This is at the family reunion at Grover Park in Star Valley.
After spending a week at my parents we headed to Driggs, Idaho to spend the weekend with Rob's sister and family. With them we went to Island Park and had a lot of fun.
Here are the boys exploring in Island Park with their cousins. From the top it is Jack, Cache, Eric, Dylan, Jonas, & Luke.
We enjoyed giving Delwyn a hard time about making Loriann carry Teague. He sure is a cute little boy.
Eric like the animal pelt exhibit especially so he could put his hand in a bears mouth.
I liked this one of all the boys lined up looking into the water. As you can tell there is not shortage of boys in the Larson family.
After all of our fun in Driggs we left for Boise to see Grandma and friends, but on the way we stopped to camp at Craters of the Moon.
Don't the boys look thrilled to be there. We really did enjoy Craters of the Moon, the landscape was amazing.
We really enjoyed the caves. I think it was what the boys enjoyed the most. This was as we exited Indian Tunnel. Eric enjoyed showing us the way out.
Here is Luke making his way out of Indian Tunnel.
This is a great picture of the lava flow. This is after we exited Indian Tunnel and made our way back to the path.
I thought we should show a picture of our campsite. It was really great. We had fun, we put Luke and Eric in the smaller tent and Dylan in with us. It worked quite well.
This is in Boy Scout Cave only Eric and I went in. That is ice in the background; it was so cold in there that my hands were hurting from the cold.
In Boise we visited with Rob's Grandma she is 93 years old and we really enjoyed being able to visit with her. She lives with Rob's aunt and it was fun visiting with her as well. We felt it was important for the kids to be able to meet their great-grandmother. She is the only living one that they have and I think that they enjoyed the opportunity as much as we did.
While in Boise we also had the opportunity to visit some friends from Puerto Rico. Here are the boys with the Solmons. It was a lot of fun to be able to see such great friends again. Natalia made me sofrito, that was very appreciated now I can make good Puerto Rican food again instead of the crap I've been making. We also saw our friend Kristi and one of her sons, but unfortunately we didn't take any pictures. We had a lot of fun with everyone and would like to make it back there soon.
On our way back to my parents we stopped in Twin falls.
This is Shoshone Falls. I had only seen it in November so it was amazing to see it with so much water flowing over it. While in Twin we also went to the cemetery to show the boys were there Larson great-grandparents are buried and were their uncle is buried (Rob's brother, David). Rob also took a trip down memory lane and showed to boys were he lived when his family lived in Kimberly.
We had a great time and enjoyed every part of our vacation. We also really appreciated my parents taking care of Josie, our dog, while we went to Driggs and Boise. I think they enjoyed having her around, so don't be surprised if my parents get a dog sometime.