We spent the week at Sandpoint, ID. My aunt's sister owns some amazing property on the lake out there. We had a lot of fun visiting with family, exploring the property, and enjoying the sun. All the pictures in this post were taken on the property.
The best part of the property is an amazing three-story tree house that overlooks the lake. The first floor has a sitting room, kitchen, and bathroom with a shower. The second floor has a bed and sitting area. The third floor is called the "Eagle's Nest". It is an open space with large windows that provide the best view of the lake.
We spent some time on the lake cannoeing. There was only one oar, so Kelly did all the rowing, but he didn't mind. He loved it. We explored the coast line and paddled out to a penninsula. Jacob and Andrew got a little bored because they didn't appreciate the sites like we did.
The boys enjoyed swimming in the lake, even though the water was cold.
We flew kites in the orchard on the property with the best kid kites ever. Thanks Grandma, for bringing the kites.
Here is Jacob relaxing right before some intense fishing!
Here is Andrew being silly. He wasn't really into the whole fishing thing.
Yep, that silly boy who isn't much into listening or paying attention fell into the lake. I am so glad I insisted he wore his life jacket. I ran to his rescue, but be in the end Andrew just wanted dad. The joys of being a mom: putting in 100% all the time and they just want dad!
Even my dad enjoyed the game. He won two out of the three matches they played. I think we found his hidden talent.
Here my boys are getting ready to break the wishbone from our chicken dinner. Andrew won! We all wonder what he wished for. He claims he wished for world peace, but he probably just heard Kelly recommend that.
Here is Jacob chillin' with my grandparents. They are reading and Jacob was playing a fishy game on my dad's iPhone.
The girls who work on the property found this crow and had been taking care of him because he couldn't fly. He lasted a couple of days before he died. May he rest in peace! He's alive in this picture.
Here we are enjoying a fun week with family.
We took our time on our drive home. We stopped when we wanted to and had a enjoyable time. This is in Elensberg at a gift shop/ice cream store--the perfect stopping place.