The kids love taking rides on it. With those levers for turning rather than a steering wheel, I think that I'll be waiting until no one is around to even attempt mowing. Tadd mastered the art pretty quickly.
Nothing like time with Daddy.
Ezra always manages to find the biggest stick on the property. Thankfully this one was more like a bamboo reed and hollow and not as dangerous as the clubs he was bringing out of the pine grove last night at volleyball at Neil and Beth's house.
Everything gets a mellow feel as the sun begins to sink.
One of my favorite herbs. We enjoyed some lavender lemonade with dinner last night. Yum!
My piddly little garden is limping along.
Haha, she got quite comfortable.
We don't have as good of a view of the sunset as we do of the sunrise, but I tried my best to capture some of the colors. This particular evening the sunset was quite brilliant. The normally mellow oranges and yellows were fire red from the clouds.
Lord willing, tomorrow we will be headed out to Morning Star camp for a couple of nights. I'm not sure I'll get a chance to blog about it anytime soon because the very next day the kids and I will be leaving for Lassen Pines. Time for some summer time fun!