Georgie found lots of wildflowers alongside the trail, and it was a struggle to get her to walk, instead of stopping to inspect every little moving insect along the way.
We rounded the corner and there was a picturesque pond waiting for us. It reminded me of the pond I use to go swimming in when I was little, except I don't think there were any dead creatures lurking under the water in this pond.
Here are all the kiddos eating a snack of apples, yogurt covered raisins, and crackers in the shadow of the big rock.
Along the back side, there was a gathering of water, which made a fun place for the kids to practice throwing pebbles across the surface.
Keaton and Kolby were adventurous enough to climb onto a ledge. Can you see them?
On the way back, there was a bit of trail that went alongside a grove of trees. The kids decided they'd rather walk among the trees, than outside in the sunshine. I thought it was a neat little shady stroll through the trees.
We spent a lot of time waiting for Georgie to rest.
If I could pick a perfect place to build a house, this would be it.