Visitors Galore

We have been so blessed with great company and friends over the past few weeks! Over 25 people (children included) have graced us with their presence to enjoy the Mountain life.  Remember, if you come during construction season (such as when we are rebuilding after a fire), you may get put to work but there is always fun to be had fishing, exploring, riding horse and 4-wheelers and of course enjoying the evening with a campfire!

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Some of our guests choose to hang out and go fishing and wildflower picking as well as horseback riding, and oh, did I mention help with putting the floor joists together!

 

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Some enjoyed 4-wheeling and exploring the country, campfires, and yes, helping us use the new boat to clear out some garbage out of the dam.

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This set had smore’s, lots of touring including the Battle of the Little Big Horn, as well as helping with a fence and garden!

Thank goodness everyone is up for fun and work this summer!  It has been crazy busy so far!

How has your summer been going?!

 

3 Responses to Visitors Galore

  1. Kris Lawien says:

    Jodi is right your pictures are so nice. It looks beautiful there. Are you having the rains like we are. Seems like Beki has rain in the form of hail. They have been so unlucky. Matt’s vehicle got totaled by hail on his last business trip. I think we are planning on bringing Tysen back sometime in August. Hopefully we can make a day trip to see your beautiful place. Was that Shane Weber and his wife in one of these pictures. Sure looks like him. Missing you guys.

  2. Jodi Kraft says:

    Ok so each time I look at your pics the scenery gets even more beautiful! Thanks so much for taking the time to stop in when you were back and sorry I couldn’t visit more. We are still busy as ever with spraying but I guess that means we have a job! 🙂 With you building a house and our busy season, we probably won’t see you until winter! haha! talk to you soon!

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