It's hard to believe that summer is long over and winter is around the corner. As a family we were so busy this summer it went by way to fast. We didn't get many of the projects done around the house but we did make many memories that will be hard to forget. We were fortunate to have visits from family and friends that were filled with great conversations, laughter and giggles. The girls and I have never been west of wherever we are living (with every move we seem to inch westward), which is Saskatchewan at the moment. So we spent a week at Elk Island National Park in Alberta and then later took two and a half weeks to drive through the rocky mountains and out to Vancouver Island. I won't bore you with all the details but I think it was our best family vacation to date. I took hundreds of photos but will leave you with a few family selfies that were taken with my phone.
This one is of us on the ferry on the way to Vancouver Island.
Here we are on the way home, stopping to check out the Hoodoos in Alberta's Drumheller Valley.
This one my youngest took at the Fisgard Lighthouse Historical Site just outside of Victoria, BC.
It's my new favourite of us.