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This is the fine art of how to paint the floor under the swinging bed.  Thankfully we don’t do all the floors each year.  It was Muskie’s turn to get its floor painted and time to crawl under the bed to do the floor in the official porch paint of Black’s Cliff, British Tan.  I […]

That time of year again to clean up all the aluminum cans from the resort and take them in for recycling.  We hauled 3 truck loads like this and the question is how many pounds of cans did we collect this year?  5 dollar coupon chip to Hilltop for the closest guesser.  Can Amy Hebert […]

What is Carson looking at on this beautiful fall day? He was trying to catch a leaf before it hit the ground.  With all the leaves coming down this weekend, it was a wonderful form of child entertainment and kept the kids busy for atleast an hour all of them looking to the sky and […]

Laundry lines full from a wet day You have a cool dad who can make the best log cabin, campfire in the North complete with sparklers. At the age of 3 you feel like a real driver doing circles around the resort driveway After doing a wipeout in the driveway, grandma makes you feel better […]

I caught the Johnson family having fun down at the lake this morning.  After the rain of the last few days everyone was ready to hit the lake for some fun in the sun Kids trying to keep up with the paddleboat but Grandma had the lead in the row boat and was not giving […]

I was told come down to the lake and bring the camera, there is a chance someone will fall in or other blogable fodder.  I think this pic speaks for itself.  What is Steve up to? When you don’t want to carry something and water is between you and its destination, best to use the […]

Yep it snowed last night…. I love the 4 seasons and the beauty of all 4 seasons.  Mixing the beauty of the previous season with the current season though is not my favorite…. but I tried to find the beauty in the day…. Trees bent from the weight of the wet snow.  I am surprised […]