Up until this year, we have not been "Lake People." With a little prodding from the kids, we decided to try it out. We love it. On our quest to become legitimate "Lake People," we are going whenever we can. We aren't scared to go at the end of November or if it is up to me to drive and maneuver the boat trailer. "Lake gals" know how to handle the trailer.... and the pressure. Oh and "Lake dudes" never get mad at their "Lake gal's" attempt to back a trailer in straight. It takes practice to become "Lake People" and we are determined to do it. We had to remind the kids, just once, that "Lake kids" don't get scared by a few swarms of bees. And if confidence in your "Lake People" status wanes.....you bring along a "Lake Expert" for the ride. Thanks Grandpa Jack for reassuring some rookies and making us believe that we are on our way to becoming "Lake people."
A lake in the middle of a desert. Doesn't get much better than that! Luckily we are about 20 minutes from Saguaro Lake.
After all the Thanksgiving feasting, it was nice to wear sweats to the lake.
We missed Summer, she was at a birthday party. So Robbie took her place. We love that Robbie!
We also missed watching Ike ride the tube. He had to sit this one out because of fever and chills this week. I have to say that Meg did not disappoint in the entertainment. To watch her face, while tubing, was unforgettable.