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First time on the boat

Yesterday it cooled off enough to take the babies out on the boat. This was Burkes very first boat ride and he LOVED it. We were all surprised with those horrible life jackets they have to wear but it didn't seem to bother him at all. We drove to a cove so Silas could swim while we all took turns on the boat with Abe and Burke.

- Sarah


  1. Oh, I love seeing pictures of all of you at the lake having a good time! Please give my regards to your parents.

    It was great to visit with you this week, thank you for your generous hospitality! The homemade chicken salad, pesto pasta salad (with peas, what a neat and tasty touch), and brownies with strawberries were delicious, truly DELICIOUS! William in particular says "thank you" for the yummy strawberries. I am not sure what M-M is going to come up with as an explanation for a 2 year old that strawberry season is over....thanks again!


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