Levi was a trooper on this trip.
We spent LOTS of time in the car.
He never complained until the last hour of the car ride home.
He is a pretty flexible little guy.
We left Colorado Springs and headed up
to my grandparent’s cabin in the mountains.
We even talked Michael and Laura into coming with us for a few days.
On our way we had to stop at our favorite pizza place in Winter Park…
It is so yummy.
Can you tell we like to eat?
The crust is hallow around the edges.
When you get to the end of your pizza
you are supposed to fill the crust with honey.
Have you ever eaten pizza that way?
It is kind of like having dessert at the end.
I love it.
Joel loves the pizza but doesn’t care for the honey so much.
The next day we went into Grand Lake to eat lunch and walk around.
We had planned on doing a little hiking too,
but it looked like it was about to rain.
We decided that being stuck on a trail in the rain
with three small children didn’t sound like too much fun.
We made it to the car right before it started pouring.
We spent the afternoon hanging out at the cabin.
I didn’t take a picture of the cabin, but it is beautiful.
The boys liked hanging out on the porch with Grandpa.
Levi tried to keep up with Hunter in his walker.
He is getting really fast.
One thing I love about Colorado is the weather.
You can be outside all the time.
A hot day in Colorado still feels so much nicer than a hot day in Kansas.
And the best part…
There were hummingbirds flying all around us.
And wildflowers everywhere.
These daisies will always remind me of Cora.
We put one behind her ear when we were at the cabin two years ago.
Sweet, sweet memories.