August 6, 2011

On to Lake Inez

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We started our day today at the Big Fork Art Festival. The streets were lined with white tents and crowds of people filled the streets. The girls, and their cousin Miya, got feathers put in their hair at the festival. The three them now look very artsy-hippy-groovy and are thrilled about their new feathery look!

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When we were walking down the street we met three little girls selling frozen lemonade pops -- very enterprising of them! It turns out that they're triplets and they were also adopted from China. They live in California but spend their summers in Montana. (Sign me up for that plan!)

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After the Art Festival, we stopped and picked up a homemade lemon meringue and a homemade huckleberry pie to take to the cabin and then headed to the lake.

We were at the cabin for just minutes before the girls had on bathing suits and were leaping off the dock, asking to go in the boat, playing UNO with their cousins and swinging in the hammock.

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Hello week at the lake. We're so glad you're here.

The pink and green dresses are from Costco. They are so cute! And they were very inexpensive too.

2 comments:

  1. I haven't seen any dresses like these at our costco in Hawaii. I would've scooped them up in a minute!

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  2. I also love the idea of spending summers out west! We just returned to Florida after vacationing on the Oregon coast. It was wonderful!
    Triplets adopted from China?! Wow, that's unusual. I gain they get a lot of attention. Like you, I have twin girls (8y/o) who were born in China. What did M & K think of triplets? We have enough competition around here, one more would have me going crazy!

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