lake winnipesaukee, part 1.

Tuesday, August 21, 2012

the first week at the lake, we woke early to try to teach william and lindsey to get up on skis for the first time.  unfortunately they didn't, but william was really close.  he was up, ever so briefly, but then went down again.  it was quite early, like 6 am early, and the lake was practically empty.  he and lindsey were troopers out there when the air was barely 70 degrees yet.  

we took trips to wolfeboro (our favorite town on the lake), got some food at a cute, new-to-us cafe, ice cream, and walked around.  we explored new territory on the lake--it seems there is always some new waters, islands, coves to discover there--and relaxed on the deck.

more pictures to come... but don't worry, i won't drag this out into too many posts.

{black and white by mandy leigh}

11 comments:

  1. obsessed with that B&W photo of you

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  2. you have an incredible body. end of story. i'm going to go get a bacon, egg, and cheese now. kthanksbai :)

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  3. Thinking the same thing as Emily Baker! As I sit her and eat my butter buscuit. HA! These are great pictures! You have a beautiful family!

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  4. Glamour mom over here. You're totally a MILF. And Parker has legs that I just want to gobble up. All in all, an attractive family.

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  5. oh my word... that little diapered bottom. i'm dying over here. of ovary explosion. in a good way?

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  6. I love that photo of Lindsay writing her name. Great composition and lighting. And all the other photos just make me want to take a roadtrip to the Lake. Sigh.

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  7. Love these pics :) Your family is too precious. I want to be adopted.

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  8. Looks like another fun weekend! I'd love some posts on how you stay organized with a big group of kiddos!

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  9. I adore Lake Winnipesaukee. I'm from NH and my family has had a home there for I think the entirety of my life. My dad has long said it's part of his soul, and I've come to feel the same. And my Nana lives in Wolfeboro!

    That's really all that I have to say. It's a special place, and that's the truth.

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  10. the composition in your first two photos is so lovely! what great pics.

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  11. you have such a beautiful family. love reading your stories, i'm a new follower. xoxo

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