We woke up to glorious weather on Sunday morning. The rest of the house was still asleep so our little family cuddled under blankets for some quiet cuddling until everyone roused.
After breakfast we headed to the Creamery so that I could take our friend's daughter Rachel's senior portraits. She wore several outfits and some of them were straight out of 1980. I loved her fashion, and she was a natural in front of the camera.
We had fun traipsing through the woods for her photos. Hannah watched Katie so that Sean and Dylan could go swimming and exploring while I was taking photos.
And then I took a few of Anthony and Karen.
And Anthony took a few of us.
For lunch we went to the Pine Cone.
We spent the rest of the day back at the cabin.
Dylan enjoyed swimming in the dirt.
And then we played in the backyard.
At night we went to Tim and Jill's cabin--we have five friends with cabins up there so it's sort of a game of whose cabin shall we play at next?--for a lovely dinner and a campfire. Tim and Jill have two little girls so Dylan loved riding bikes, swinging on swings, blowing bubbles and the like with the girls. Plus they had a fleet of HESS trucks so Dylan was in his glory carrying the trucks around all night. I didn't bring my camera because I had my hands full with the kids, but it was a lovely evening.
Stay tuned tomorrow for our last day in the series of the cabin in Vermont posts!