This weekend, my family and I returned home from our week long summer road trip. It was quite an adventure to say the least. There was a little too much time in the car, and a few stressful moments (like trying to get a 3 year old to poop somewhere that isn't his home), but all in all it went really well. Way better than expected, actually. Everyone had a whole lot of fun. And as with all trips, we were sad that vacation was over, but happy to get back to our house and to a routine.
Our travels brought us to the Columbia Gorge with a group of friends to see some music and a re-creation of Stonehenge. Then we headed to Lake Tahoe to meet up with more friends, see some music, and spent some time lake-side. The last time I was in Tahoe was when I lived there in 2001. I was living with my now-husband and his girlfriend at the time. Pretty weird, right?
After Tahoe, we drove through Lassen Volcanic National Park and to Mt. Shasta, where we spent a couple days camping at Lake Siskiyou. We hiked up at Panther Meadows to a spring/vortex/sacred Native American place, did some swimming in the lake, and sat up enjoying a campfire. It was bliss.
Here are a bunch of photos from our trip.... sorry if I included too many. It was hard to choose!
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