We made it to Nira Campground and ate a quick lunch before backpacking in.
It had rained the night before and the weather was ideal.
It was 2.7 miles to where we set up our camp.
The mountains back there are gorgeous.
The wildflowers and oak groves got me very excited.
Until next time, Figueroa Mountain!
Bonobo concert in Ventura, very fun!
Our favorite donuts from my dad, followed by a weekend game of frolf.
Beach walks, dinner dates, and pretty daffodils from a client.
Hiking with Casey’s Sansum work buddies.
Penny got to use her backpack, dinner downtown at Carlitos, fruit smoothie bowls with Kori, and Casey playing hockey in the playoff game.
Our family and Robby’s girlfriend, Kristin’s, family playing games in the park.A rose from dad, and a few treats to top it all off. Life is good.
The yearly tradition continued of filling Easter eggs with dog treats and hiding them.
Casey’s nephew’s first Easter basket!
And this is how I Buff-A-Lo!
(Penny growling at buffalo in Santa Ynez.)
It was fun to reminisce about when we first met, 8 years ago <3
This past weekend was Kori’s big hula performance. Her group, “Hula Anyone?” has been practicing for months for this show. Famous musicians flew in from Hawaii to be here, the leis were flown in from Hawaii right before the show, and there were so many outfit changes! Here is Kori in Macy’s getting her makeup done for the performance.
Great job Kori, we really enjoyed it and we know you worked so hard!
My Mom and I headed to Solvang for a little girl time. We had a super tasty lunch-a monte cristo sandwich topped with powdered sugar and cranberry sauce, (maybe more of a dessert sandwich!) and and salad to balance it out. Cheers!
Then we headed to Flag is Up Farms where we were free to mosey and pet the horses.
I gave them kisses while she claimed they tried to eat her. 😉 That nicely timed pic still makes me laugh!
Once she stood a little farther away, all was good! 🙂
Thanks for a fun day Mom! <3