Wordful Wednesday – Camping in Utah 2013

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It’s finally time to circle back to our annual Utah camping trip.  I have so many pictures of the trip though that I’ve put it off.  I put all of my photos in a folder on my desktop and then I open it up and just stare at them, wondering how many chunks to break the trip into.  The problem is that I have so many photos I want to share and I don’t want to have to pick just a few….{smiling}.

Our Annual Utah Camping Trip

I’ve mentioned before that we go camping every year with my side of the family in the mountains in Central Utah.  My dad, sisters and brother all attend and we do a ton of exploring on quads, motorcycles and 4×4 vehicles.  The mountains are absolutely gorgeous and it’s always so nice to get away from the normal hustle and bustle of life and enjoy nature without the interruption work, phones and the internet.  {{smiling}}  This post is all the shots I captured of us sitting around camp.  Obviously not everyone is in these shots.  They must not have been sitting around.  {{laughing}}

everyone camping

{my dad with his grandkids}

sheep camp

{my grandpa lent us his sheep camp to stay in so we didn’t have to “rough” it}


{part of camp}


{my dad}


{a few of the campers.  :)}

emma and kapri

emma and alexandra

sofia and kapri



{never too old to get down and play in the dirt!}




{making homemade root beer}

everyone camping

 {tie dye perfection}

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This week let’s go International and visit a duck somewhere in Europe! Thanks, Jungle of my Life for sharing!  And, lament the passage of time {{cuz everyone is growing up so quickly at Multiple Mama}.  Must stop to enjoy the View from the Rail Trail {{gorgeous}} that Down Home Traveler captured, and Admire Babies & Bacons perfectly perfect view of Chicago!

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    Looks like a fabulous time! We camp in a camper now but used to tent camp for many years. It’s nice to get away from it all and get back to the basics, without all the hustle and bustle. The simplicity of it is so refreshing.

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    Kristin says

    Creating those family memories that the kids will never forget. Like Christmas in Manti. Uncle Snotty is looking thin these days– where’s his better half?
    That sheep trailer looks pretty cool. That thing is probably pre-camper trailer era eh? Nice not to have to be in a tent in the dirt. I know the kids love to camp, but I just can’t love seeing them so filthy. Makes me crazy.

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