7.12.2007

Lost Lake

We just returned on Sunday from our 5 day stay at the Lost Lake Cabin in Wisonsin. Nat has been going since he was a child, this was my third time. We had fun relaxing with the family. We were joined by Bill & Marcia & on Friday Jono, Teresa, Paul, Adam, & Grandma added to the bunch. We golfed, water skiied, set off fireworks, swam, sun bathed, played dominos, read novels, went on canoe rides, you name it we did it!
Here are some of my favorite pictures:

This old dock is my favorite thing to photograph at the lake, the possibilities are endless. It has so much character from the endless years of foot steps & sunrays:

The dock at sunset; the platform for the firework extravaganza:


Fireworks & Sparklers:


What is the lake house without a wet dog at your feet?:
Ella:


The Party Boat:

We took the canoe out on more than one occasion across the lake to stepping stone bay where lilly pads reign:


Nat inspecting the rocks:

Paul & Adam:

Grandma with the grandkids:

Finally, something to reflect on:

3 comments:

J&J Paslay said...

I say you have another award winning picture with something to reflect on. I am glad you had a wonderful time. We love you Granny and PaPaw. P.S.:Thanks for sharing your pictures.

LivingTheLife said...

Love "Lost Lake"...I know you guys really love going there...and I can certainly see why!! I loved all the pictures....but the 2 that stand out to me are the "Refections" one and the first one where you wrote in the sand!! I love your creativity!!! Great pictures...and an awesome place to create memories...Oh!!! and Ella is a doll....love her swimming w/Nat....he is so awesome w/dogs!! That's the kid in him coming out though...isn't it???

Love you forever,
Mom<><

Mom Beal said...

I can't stop smiling. You captured the essence of our Lost Lake haven perfectly. We always say we are "north of the tension zone" when we get away to Northern Wisconsin. Thanks for putting our love of the northwoods into pictures.....We feel so blessed to have such a talented "daughter" and fun loving son.

Love,
Mom B.