Obviously I took a copious amount of pictures of our campout... (sorry Heather). Anyway, the first weekend in June Josh's family camped in Downey, ID near the hot springs. I wasn't super excited because camping is not usually my thing, but it was actually really nice (other than the chilly weather and Sophie waking up super super early in the morning). They had really nice and clean bathrooms! That was a big seller for me. It was a fun little getaway.
Friday night we took these light pictures and we played a murder mystery. It's always lots of fun, but I don't know that other campers appreciated our calls of murder at midnight.The hot springs were nice, they had water slides, but I only did them a few times, mostly I just floated around in the warm water.
Sophie just loved all the play time with her cousins. She does a pretty good job of keeping up with all her older cousins.
We have had a crazy month- we have done so much so I have a lot to post about and they will likely be out of order (I am sure they will be because this post if out of order). One of the things I did is for Father's Day I signed my dad and I up to run a 5K together. It was my first 5K- it was an evening run to celebrate the summer solstice. I thought it was going to be way too hot, but the weather was perfect and the course pretty flat.
My goal was to run the whole thing, I did it. My dad ran with me although I know that Marathon Monte could go way faster than little, slow me, but I was so glad that he did. I don't know if I would have kept running otherwise. My goal was just to be under 40 mins- we came in at 38:05 so it was great. I felt good after, I think I could have gone faster but I was having a hard time judging how far I had gone.
Thanks to my dad, the marathon runner, for getting me motivated to start running and encouraging me, even with my slow progress.