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.
Playing on the big, concrete slide that my grandpa made. The lady in the black and white striped shirt is my aunt Ruth.
Mom wasn’t too thrilled about this…
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.
Devotions and singing.
Lots of games.
Dad playing the Banjitar. That’s a cross between a banjo and a guitar.
Uncle Timothy and Susy.
The room that we all slept in.
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!