Family Life

Summer 2021

Last summer, we worked on our house a lot. But this summer, we decided that we were going to focus more on our kids and family and we went on lots and lots of adventures.

Our Completed Summer Bucket List

  • Went to Wyoming to visit my brother William
  • Visited Hot Springs State Park in Wyoming
  • Saw bison and baby bison
  • Swam in a hot spring mineral pool
  • Visited Thermopolis dinosaur center
  • Visited Sinks Canyon State Park
  • Put flowers on graves
  • Learned how to make fortune tellers and ninja stars
  • Played with sidewalk chalk
  • Self portraits and coloring
  • Attended story time
  • Park City Museum
  • Slip ‘n slide
  • BB birthday party
  • Lemonade stand
  • Sprinkler on trampoline
  • Treehouse Museum
  • Cherry Hill
  • Swim lessons
  • Hiking Little Knoll near Mantua
  • Saw field of poppies
  • Assembled lots of Lego sets
  • BB and SR birthday
  • Splash pad
  • Obstacle courses at home
  • Petting farm
  • Caught a chipmunk
  • Taco Tuesday and park
  • Swimming
  • Bikes at jump park
  • Friends over to play
  • Played at cousins house
  • Ripped out carpet
  • Played basketball and shot bows
  • EE birthday
  • Watched Luca
  • Slept outside
  • Picnic, Teapot Lake, and Provo River Falls
  • Played at park with football and friends
  • Went to Rockport with canoe
  • Trampoline park
  • Finished watching Next Generation
  • Went swimming and played on the Wibit
  • Local Stampede
  • Ward party
  • Rock Springs: giant slip ‘n slide and children’s center
  • Hiking
  • Books from the library
  • Canoeing at Mirror Lake
  • Bouldering gym
  • Cabela’s and creek
  • Parade
  • Rodeo
  • Drove to Silver Meadow and around with Great Grandpa
  • BB was baptized
  • Swimming
  • Had neighbors over for dinner
  • Heber Valley Railroad
  • Went to a new park/pump track
  • Room escape game
  • Camping by Lost Lake
  • Dinosaur park
  • Kid swap with my sister
  • Grand Teton National Park
  • Yellowstone National Park
  • Walker Family reunion

I am missing a few things on that list, but it is still decently comprehensive. I think we need a few days off after doing everything, and the rest of the summer won’t be quite as busy. We’re planning on watching lots of Olympics, going swimming a few times, and maybe going on one or two adventures a week instead of doing something every day.

I’ve loved spending so much time together as a family, though. It’s been a summer to remember.

Old Pictures I Haven’t Shared Yet

Beginning of Summer

Summer Adventures


Into July



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