Wenatchee River Rafting Pt. 2

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Our Boy Scouts were busy almost every minute. When we arrived they set up their campsites, were responsible for all their own cooking, stayed up late around the campfire on Friday,  went on a six mile hike on Saturday and … Continued

Wenatchee River Rafting

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Our boys’ Boy Scout troop invited the Webelos and families on their annual river rafting trip down the Wenatchee River (only our Boy Scouts went rafting, not our family- we just camped). Each troop is broken down into patrols, and … Continued

Little Visitors

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Our little visitors are growing and changing. Soon they'll be moving on to seek their fortune.  It's so hard to imagine how a creature this small (smaller than quarter) can survive in the big world out there. But I suppose … Continued

Fifteen

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That's how old Boaz turned yesterday. It's amazing how fast they grow up when you adopt them as teenagers. Boaz has an awesome sunny, happy personality. He has a smile that lights up a room as he  walks in. He's … Continued

Crossover

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Monday night was Enoch and Mordecai's big crossover meeting for Cub Scouts. Crossover is when the boys "crossover"  to their new level in scouts.  Enoch crossed over from Bear to Webelos. Mordecai went from Tiger to Wolf. Enoch is very … Continued

Japanese Class and Candy Sushi!

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Adalia and Tilly had their last Japanese class for the year yesterday. When I suggested I take a few pictures (since I don’t have any of the actual class) they both said, “Let’s do some jumping pictures!” These two often … Continued

Talking with Tucker

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Last night as Tucker (3) was playing with legos, he kept holding up pieces and asking which was my favorite. They were identical figures he had made in different colors. Every time he’d hold one up, I choose one. But … Continued

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