We spent the weekend camping and riding quads (well mostly camping for me) in the sand dunes of Eastern Washington. Last summer we didn't do a lot of camping, because we took the big trip to Yellowstone. This year, I hope that we are able to get out for quite a few weekend trips because it will be our last summer to camp without children for a long time. And while it will definitely be fun to camp with kids, it is a whole lot easier when the only other being you have to worry about is an extremely lazy bulldog whose main focus is taking a snooze in the dirt.
Here are a few pics from the weekend:
My bike got a lot of use by people other than myself. Our friend Brian brought his son William who quickly learned to ride. He really did great out there!
Jeramy was loving his new quad, which he bought back in October (here is the original post). He spent quite a bit of time refining his wheelie technique.
He also spent just a little (or perhaps a lot) of time jumping the bike.
I even managed to putt around a little bit on my bike. Don't worry though. I think I was on the bike for 20 minutes total to go out and get a few pictures of Jeramy. I was very careful and never went more than about 15 mph. But of course the occasion required a pregnant girl on the quad pic.
Of course Cujo's favorite part of the weekend was enjoying the comforts of the camper.
Oh and amazingly today marks the 22 week mark. So here I am cleaned up from the dusty weekend. Let me just say that sand wreaks havoc on my now clogged pores.