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One of our tourist stops was to Dry Falls. A huge glacial lake filled up in Montana many times and was stopped by an ice dam which broke repeatedly sending an insane amount of water through Washington and into the Pacific Ocean. This water carved and influenced the landscape we now live in. It was really fascinating to learn about it!

Our last summer hoorah was the the interior of Washington to the Grand Coulee area. It was a breathtaking landscape and we had so much fun! We spent 2 nights there and every day we same at Steamboat Rock State park. We loved the sandy beach and the water. There's an island that can be swam to and we all liked to do that. A couple times I had Maeve hold on to my swimsuit strap and I swam her out. One time, Conor went with Greta and Holly, but left Maeve behind. The entire time they were gone, Maeve was where she couldn't touch trying her hardest to swim to them. She was determined! That girl loves the water. Summer has ended but our discussion about swimsuits, swimming and lakes may never end.

Round and round the carousel about 5x.

And, oh my gosh, so glad I caught the pic of Maeve on the tiger.

We went back to Yahk for a weekend to drop Holly and Greta off for kidcation. We played pretty hard when we were there. We went to Kootenay Lake twice and we found a hike to go on. My sister and her family were out there too so there was lots of cousin bonding and laughs. And Chef Blakey fed us all like kings!

We toured the Lougheed House with my Mom and niece (high five free day!). It's a fancy, old house and it's pretty amazing. The gardens are especially jaw dropping!

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