We had a full weekend and it was great. Saturday was an all business type of day. I got up really early with Little Guy so that my Hubby could sleep in (and he did, very much so). The morning was spent cleaning and walking to PCC to get dinner. When we came back my dad was at my house pressure washing the porch. He did a very good job. While we were eaiting for lunch I got some pictures of him and Little Guy.
Saturday was also one of the hottest days we have had all summer, but we didn't get to enjoy the weather at least not that day. The second half of the day was spent at a BBS which is a business meeting. Hubby and I own our own business together on top of me having a photography business. We love it and had a great time even indoors. The speakers that came out were amazing.
Saturday was all business, but Sunday was all play. After service we went to Hubby's work picnic at a beauitful farm. Honestly, we only came there for the food and then we left.
Little Guy was on a blanket at the picnic and he started to scoot backwards. It was so cute for us as parents to see him scooting towards the grass.
There was also a great view of Mount Si. I am excited to take Little Guy there when he get a little older, but hoping my Hubby will retire before that. Hubby got to try our new carrier that I got for all of the travel I was doing this past month. He likes it and it looks great on him.
After the picnic we planned on going to Denny Creek. Denny Creek is a hike that was featured in Seattle Met magazine. It a mile hike to smooth granite slabs that create a natural water slide. There were lots of people there enjoying another hot summer day.
When we got there it was time for Little Guy to eat so we layed down a towl on the rocks. I think he liked eating outside and watching all the people around him. I know I would have loved it.
The water was very beautiful. It was so clear, like there was no water there to begin with. Of course it was cold, very cold because it was coming straight from the mountains. Since it was so cold it was a great way to cool off our very warm sparkling water.
After you have your feet in for a while you start to not feel them anymore which made the water not so bad. Little Guy only had his feet in for a few moments. He thought it was okay, but not that great. Hubby thought it was freezing! It took him a while to get his feet in.
After Little Guy put his feet in the water I made sure that he was warm and wouldn't get a cold. The best way to do that was to warp him all up in a towel.
The hike was acutually right next to I-90 and we even went under it at one point. It was pretty neat because it was just so huge.
I actually hiked in my church clothes because I forgot an outfit, but I'm glad I was in a dress, it kept me cool.