Friday, 14 October 2011

Thanksgiving Weekend...

We spent Saturday of Thanksgiving weekend at my sister and brother-in-law's home in Burlington.  The weather was gorgeous.  A lovely summers day in Fall.  The kids were even able to go swimming of course the pool was heated though :-)  Thought I'd share some of our pictures from the day for our daughter who is down in Oregon and missed Thanksgiving.  I actually forgot my camera but my mom brought hers (which was my old one) so I used it for the day.

That's my mom sitting there on the back patio, pretty summer like day, you'd never know 
it was October 8th.

It was hard to get all these girls to smile nicely for their cousin Charissa, so this
was as good as it gets.

Some towel bokeh hanging on the pool fence.

My sister Andrea and her husband Ray sitting on the rock and my sister
Jenny Lynn and her daughter Jenna in the chairs watching the kids swim.

The guys relaxing by the pool.

Beautiful Sarah...

My brother-in-law Wilf trying to make a big splash.

With Wilf in the pool the kids always have fun.

Heading out for a walk to the creek to watch the Salmon run.

Jocelyne has long arms because her cousins are always hanging off them :-) but 
she doesn't mind.

The trees were gorgeous with the changing colours.

Walking in the creek.

Matt watching the Salmon.

Taylor and Kayla walking down the creek.

Looking for Salmon from up above.

My dad and my sister.

Matt and his dad.

Later William and I went back to the creek to check out the Salmon since he had been napping when we 
checked it out earlier.


  1. Looks like a wonderful time with family. Glad your mom remembered her camera so you could share the day with us!

    Have a great weekend Tina.

  2. Beautiful images, you must have had a wonderful time!

  3. What a beautiful family you have, Tina! I love the photos and the story they tell. Hope you have a lovely weekend!

  4. Tina,
    What a lovely Thanksgiving you had with your family. Love the photos, especially the one with the boy looking over the water!

    All the best,