First we climbed the "G". The mountain next to Pleasant Grove. I thought it would be a 20 minute walk with maybe a mild incline. No. It took us an hour and a half and it was steep and I was out of breath a lot! I never did like hiking. It was fun however bringing the kids and all of them are great hikers! Even Truman made it to the top. I'm glad Mark and the baby stayed home, he never would have made it.
Then we headed to the Utah Lake about a 5 minute drive and decided to rent a small boat. This was hilarious. I wish I had the whole scene on video. The quest was cross a body of water. So we all got life jackets on and carefully entered the boat. Mark was very cautious as he was worried of tipping the whole thing over and there goes his 5 little kids into the water. So that took a while. Meanwhile Thomas was screaming not appreciating the restricting life jacket. But what could I do, I had to row. I finally couldn't take the crying so Mark and I painstakingly switched places so he could row. 2 words. Learning Curve. For some reason we were drifting the opposite way were trying to row. I had the thought we might never get back to the dock. So, again we painstakingly switched and I rowed us back to safety. It was actually really fun.
Then we headed home and took a 3 generation photo for another quest.
By this time I was exhausted. We had planned on taking the frontrunner to Provo to do a few things, Biking Bridal Veil Falls and making a campfire and tinfoil dinners. But ended up just making hamburgers for dinner then I crashed. We will have to do the other stuff another time.
It was a very fun filled day!
Egg Hunt video:
We had a wonderful Easter and watched The Bible and it was wonderful.