Tuesday, March 15, 2011

McCall, Idaho

We made a quick trip up to Idaho last week to spend time with Jerry's sons and family. One had come home on leave from military service in Iraq. We all met up in McCall and stayed in this neat 'cabin'. The snow was white, fresh and deep. One grandson was able to skip school and be there to spend time with his military Daddy.

The view from the cabin windows.

The cabin windows with the 'view'.

The grandson asked me to bury him and take pictures. We had so much fun playing in the snow.

We spent an entire day in the woods in the mountains riding snowmobiles. Fabulous.

Jerry enjoyed playing with his boys and their toys.

Fresh snow had fallen the night before, we were the only tracks out there. The trails were freshly groomed and smooth.

Love those trees.

Snow was falling wet and heavy on our trip back in. We could have used mini-windshield wipers on our goggles.

It was a great visit but the time went by much too quickly.
Back to California and our green grass, flowers and more rain. Flash flood warnings are being issued.
Happy Trails.


Jenn said...

How nice to be able to go visit and play in the snow then come home to spring!

We're having flash flood warnings, too, but tomorrow it's supposed to be 75...yay! Some day, maybe, the mud will dry and I can get my garden in and ride my horses.

lov Ya, mom f said...

Glad got to spend time with son and family. sure looks like everyone had great time. so pretty there, snow and all.

Like Jenn said, winter play,then home to warm and sun. That I like.

Karen Deborah said...

Awesome and don't you love he silence? Snow does something to noise because the world is so quiet and clean buried in it. Thanks to Jerry's son for serving this country. I'm glad he got to come home and I am sure the snow, the cabin, and family was refreshing!

Anonymous said...

Hi Kathy,

I really fell in love with your living environment, beautiful, quiet and very happy.I live in hot humid weather of Malaysia,East Asia, no snow, no spring and no autumn here.Niz..

david said...

nice trip.

Michael Rawluk said...

That is all too beautiful for words.