David was up first. I have a hilarious video where my Dad and I were thinking he'd fall, but he didn't. I'll post videos later after we get home.
It was my turn. Getting up from your knees was tricky at first, but once I got going, I was golden.
Even my Dad did it. Nobody fell in once. What the heck? He did pretty darn good for almost 70 and a knee replacement 3 months ago.
He was actually trying to tip it and couldn't. I told him he needed to chill out, so he got down and meditated.
Then, David took Noah out. Noah felt too unsteady, so he wanted off.
Then, we took a boat ride to a little beach nearby. This is my Dad and Suzy's cabin in the background.
It was sprinkling this morning. Then, it cleared up by about noon. We headed out and then the clouds came again. Oh well, it was still warm out and we played in the sand.
David and Ben wrestled.
I think Ben lost.
I think my husband is a big kid.
I was helping the kids build a sand castle.
Then, this huge cloud came in and the thunder and lightening started.
We headed home and I said to my Dad, "Is that a huge wall of rain we are going into?" Why, yes it is. And it was pouring when we pulled up with the boat. Suzy ran out to help us get the boat in and we were all soaking wet by the time we made it to the house. It was crazy.
The storm passed in about 10 minutes and within 30 minutes, the sky was blue. The kids were already back in bathing suits. Crazy!
My Dad, David and I went out for a 2 mile kayak ride. I can hardly feel my right arm.
We came back and the kids went swinging. Noah is so stinkin' cute.
The neighbor, Judy, was so sweet and gave Emily this little owl made out of wood.
Tomorrow is our last day of fun and then we are headed home on Wednesday. It seems like we've been on vacation forever, yet it seems like we still need two weeks more!