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Some of our best memories (Marcy’s and Mine) as kids are from this great place.
The weather is usually warmer than it is at home, and the water is always inviting (though not so much in March).
Seems like we could go on forever talking about that one time at Lake Powell, or remember the trip when…..
We are hoping that our kids will cherish similar memories as they grow up and always remember the good times with family.
However, there comes a time when it is so good to just leave the kids home and see this magical place in a whole new light.
Seems weird, waking up, having coffee, sitting around in a chair on the back deck of the houseboat, literally doing nothing. Walk inside, mostly quiet, kind of boring (missing the kids maybe just a little).
No, “Dad, will you take us wakeboarding?” or “Will you pull us on the tube?” or perhaps “Will you take us on the water weinee?”
Just mostly silence and peace (and quite – is that the same as silence? I think I already mentioned that one.)
That is, until the wind starts to blow.
Always seems that way, the most peaceful places can also be the most unforgiving.
The wind decided to blow all day….harder and harder as the day progressed. Dang I hate the wind, especially when I am in a boat.
Oh well, still no nagging, crying, whining (except maybe for a little from Matt and Ryan – whining)
Put out another anchor line or two, sit back and wait it out.
It was a great trip anyways, though always too short.
Even more memories created at this special place called Lake Powell and we look forward to many more.
We made a quick trip to the cabin last night to pull the trailer up and get ready for the bowhunt. Colten opted to stay at grandma’s because Gage was staying over, so we just took Chase and Makenzie (and Peety of course).
We have fun watching the two of the interact with each other. Makenzie loves her big brother, and he is pretty good about it (most of the time). We don’t know what she is going to do when Chase starts school in a couple of weeks.
They played Farkle, Uno and watched a dvd, before going to bed.
In the morning, we cleaned up around the cabin, put the trailer in place, then went for a walk to the top of the hill. There were some barrels that dad filled with water last year, so we poured them into the water tank. Kenzie and Chase were so helpful!
As Marcy and I grow older (especially Marcy) and our lives continue to change – big time lately – we appreciate just being together with the family as much as we can. We’re continually talking about how fast our kids are growing up and how we wish we could “freeze” time.
We’re so glad we have somewhere like “The Cabin” to spend time.