Wednesday, May 12, 2010

A Mother's Day Tradition

Mother's Day was wonderful.  Our family Tradition is to spend the day at Talache on Lake Pend Orielle, rain or shine.  I don't consider the day to be quite right, somehow, without all kinds of weather - warm sunshine, pouring rain, and windy, blue-tinted fog.
The Lord blessed us with a wonderful day, sweet fellowship, and glorious Idaho spring weather!
Whilst some set up camp. . . 
Others awoke the sleeping echoes with a very loud and joyful noise with the aid of their accordion=)
Once the H's and S's arrived, the traditional pastime of  - rock-throwing, shall we call it? - commenced.
Balancing the towers
No words need be added to this pristine loveliness, save that we serve an awesome God
"But whosoever drinketh of the water that I shall give him shall never thirst; but the water that I shall give him shall be in him a well of water springing up into everlasting life."  John 7:14
The cause for a celebration!
Almost ready
The spectators take their positions 
The photographers are on the scene
Let the games begin!!
Cute little Ethan
Once the towers were demolished, we retired to the festal board to a sumptuous feast, followed by a programme including Capture The Flag, theology around the campfire, singing, and much jollity, which went undocumented by camera due to dead batteries.
Have a wonderful day, y'all!

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