Monday, July 20, 2015

Finally Here

It was a beautiful weekend in the northwoods. The kind of weekend we haven't had for a while. 
The hot weather has finally arrived. After experiencing colder than normal weather this past month I was afraid that this summer was going to be cool and rainy like last summer but it looks like we are getting the heat after all. And that is just how we like it. This is our weekend in pictures.
 Fishing and swimming
Out in the paddle boat for more fishing

 Joey and I had some followers.
 Relaxing on the porch in the late afternoon.
 Molly loves it up north too.
 Boys shooting guns. They set up a field coarse with soda cans.
 Todd finally relaxing after getting lots of work done. 
 Early morning fishing.
My happy fishing family.

Yes, it was a lovely, hot, summery weekend. And, luckily, the hot weather continues all week. Today we are taking advantage of the heat and humidity and we are heading out to our favorite swimming hole. 

This is the kind of summer we hoped for. 

(Linking up with Krystyn at Really, Are You Serious for Mommy and Me Monday)

10 comments:

betty said...

Looked like a nice fun relaxing weekend! That water looks very inviting :)

betty

Bijoux said...

Yes, it was a hot and humid weekend here as well, but if course we also got rain. You guys know how to have fun.

Green Girl in Wisconsin said...

you had PERFECT weather for that kind of fun!

Tabor said...

Just a BIT jealous here. But so glad everything is perfect!

Blogoratti said...

Wonderful and delightful photos!

Lindsey Paris said...

I LOVED paddle boats as a kid. It's been years since I've been on one.

db said...

Looks like you all had a wonderful relaxing weekend -hopefully it is one of many to come this summer.

Riahli said...

Yay for summer fun! :)

Midlife Roadtripper said...

Glad it has warmed up for you. And, yes, that looks like a real lake to me. Just like I remember.

Elaine Alguire said...

Wow, looks so beautiful up there. Reminds me of when we go to Canada.

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