CrossTrails Homeschool: Natural Bridge Trip 8/18/12

Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Natural Bridge Trip 8/18/12

So we had to go back to Our Stress Free Hideout!
As we began our journey for the day Cecille spotted snails on the leaves. They are soo Cute!
The suspension bridge the girls love to walk across, run across, jump across :) Out of all of the trails there, the girls wanted to go to the "big bridge" trail; NOT the big arch trails.

 Cecille, she is growing up Way to fast!! Next thing you know she will be driving herself on adventures like this.

So this picture I Love! Jason just simply said a boys name to try to get her to smile... she claims she's not Boy Crazy.
Its funny they think you can't hear them talk in the back of the car with the radio on. Mom can hear everything and its Cute to think she starts the conversations with her big sister.

  They love playing in the dirt!!
After they played in the dirt for awhile we talked them into getting a picture all of them together. Its always a challenge getting everyone to look and smile at the same time.
 We are almost there...
It is such a pretty place. Anyone who has been there knows how beautiful and relaxing (sitting up top)  it is. The hike itself is a .....

 Sydella playing in the dirt again!
 Allix Nicole taking it all in!
Cecille wanted to take some pictures. We usually let her take some picture's with her daddy's camera when we go different places. She is our cameragirl!


Cecille & Allix they aren't always this nice to each other actually this is a rare occassion so we had to catch it on camera. "Joking "
 Joslyn playing in the dirt (sand?) again. She was a dirty little girl on the hike...note to self : pack wipes in the hiking backpack.
We have so much FuN!! I cherish every Second of "US - TIME". It only occurs in second intervals...the background screams: mommy,mommy, MOMMY!! I would have it no other way though!

 Walking down the Devils Gultch.
 Looking up from below!
Looking down. Its all down from here!! Its exciting every time... except this time it was dark and a little scary. We've never seen Bears but everything in the area is made Bear-proof. So I'm assuming maybe one day we might see a Bear - hopefully from a distance!!

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