We visited the largest tree house in the world in Crossville, TN.
The inside is a labyrinth of stairs, spaces, structures and in the center a chapel of sorts.
From the 7th or 8th level you look out on a design created in the field of grass.
An unusual family photo:
That was Sunday morning. In the afternoon I stayed with Zion as he napped (and worked on my blog post) while the others hiked and explored the awesome Ozone Falls. Kayla took my camera and got many more wonderful photos than I can include here.
Monday three of us had agreed to start the day with a run. It was beautiful. Great fun to jog with my DILs!
We all spent four hours on a pontoon swimming, fishing (nada), eating, enjoying one another, and getting sun burned!
|One last game|
Tuesday was travel day, the end of a wonderful family vacation.
In our car we were riveted listening to C.S.Lewis' The Last Battle.
Wednesday was the only day at home to catch up, write the missionary report, prepare for the writers conference, and go to the farewell dinner for the three Basque girls that spent a month in our community.
|Alazne, María, Ana|
Michael says he got more done in his pottery studio when I was gone, ha! Saturday, however, he left long before I did to help out with the Great Greenway Tour that his cycling club runs every year.