Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Leo Carillo State Beach

Yes, it's 1:00 a.m.
Yes, I am just now getting to my computer to blog.
Yes, we've been playing hard and loving our summer.
Yes, this post will be mostly photos (since I can barely keep my eyes open).


The nice part about camping and being at the beach,
is that everyone gets to find their own favorite way to spend their day:

Emily LOVED boogie boarding

Of coarse, these two ran, swam, dug holes,
buried each other...and MUCH more!


Pure Heaven for this little guy.
Sand and a tractor, what more could he want?


How fun to bury a big brother!



Joel loved it!



The infamous Leo Carillo Cave:
We cannot go to this beach without visiting the cave!

How can you beat campfire s'mores?
YUM!



Emily's lovin' 'em too





And...how can you go camping without
having a little "nature" time?
(I couldn't resist).
No, not the trash can.


8 comments:

Hull Family said...

I laughed so hard at that last picture. I totally just saw the trash can at first and then read your comment and cracked up!
What a fun trip! Loved all the pics. you guys are such a darling family!

sheena said...

that is the look of death if I've ever seen it!! I guess that's what he gets for announcing when your aunt flow came to town.

sheena said...

that is the look of death if I've ever seen it!! I guess that's what he gets for announcing when your aunt flow came to town.

sheena said...

two comments=I'm awesome.

sorry.

Ryan Southwell said...

For the record, I never announced when the "moment" was. It was a discussion how a husband can be considerate by being prepared. Go Boy Scouts! Anyway, that calendar item has been removed do to the moon not being as reliable as it used to.
:-)

Ben and Shara said...

Hey kelly, this is the very same beach that I spent my childhood summers at. We would go for a week at a time, stay across the road at a camp ground and just hang out on the beach all day with our cousins from bakersfield. or sometimes hike up the little river canyon for a change of pace. I do remember getting burned every summer and trying to sleep in hot tents with sun burns is so hard. Wow,, what great memories. I love that place!

ali degraff said...

it took me like five minutes to find ryan in the bushes. Nothing beats a pee shot, but next time try to get a little butt cheek in with it. That is always appropriate for the blog!

Marie said...

I want to go camping! Here, I go outside to check the goings on in the back yard and I get hit in the head with HUGE flying green iridescent beetles. You would LOVE Missouri summers!