Trip to Couihila Part 1: Time with Relatives

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For those of you who are wondering, Coauhuila is a state here in Mexico. That’s also the state where I was born!

I am planning to break this trip up into a few parts (I’m not sure how many yet!), and write about it over the next few days. (That includes pictures, of course!)

So, we left a few weeks ago, on Monday, at about 4:00 am. We drove all day (almost), and arrived at my grandparents house at about 4:00 pm. We had a good time visiting, and catching up.

Mom with my Grandma, and Dad with my Grandpa and Uncle.

Walking with Uncle Benjamin to watch him feed his horse.

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Playing on the big, concrete slide that my grandpa made. The lady in the black and white striped shirt is my aunt Ruth.

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Mom wasn’t too thrilled about this…

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This is a funny picture! He looks like he’s hitting her, but he’s not. I’m not sure what he was really doing…

Lizzie and Abigail washing dishes. Then Lizzie took a silly selfie with my camera.

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Devotions and singing.

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Lots of games.

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Dad playing the Banjitar. That’s a cross between a banjo and a guitar.

Uncle Timothy and Susy.

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The room that we all slept in.

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I found the title to this book really funny!

Here is a quote from my 9 year old aunt Abigail.

“Rosy, you know, you’re lucky! Not everyone gets to hold their aunt on their lap!”

On the next part, I will post pictures of Family Camp!

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