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Family Reunion 2010

Chris, Kate and I packed up and boarded a plane to Oregon on Friday morning. We met up with his whole family for a little reunion. Each family unit had their own little cabin. It was very quaint and located in the most beautiful and relaxing spot. You could hear the rushing river while sitting on our wrap around porch.
I could go on and on about stories and such but I will keep it short and sweet and let y'all enjoy a few pictures. It was so wonderful catching up with family that we haven't seen since our wedding and introducing them to our precious girl. I savored every minute with Chris's grandparents. They are two precious souls that I will cherish forever and ever. I love them to pieces and soak in every second I get with them. Here are a few memories we made at Mt. Hood this past weekend. I can't wait to see pictures that everyone else took!
our little cabin, it's for sale!

my loves on a beautiful hike
Mt. Hood
all the girls
Grandma & Grandpa
so precious
the view from Mt. Hood
dinner at Timberline Lodge
Family is such a blessing and I'm so thankful for the incredible families that the Lord has given me.


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