Cabin Country IV: Across the Lake & BBQ

Enough about sad things for now, back to warm summer days full of only good things. I have catching up to do on these!CRW_1973
My sister (the younger one, pictured) has been claiming for years that “this would be the one where she swims across the lake” as she had in 2006. Our lake is pretty big, but if we’re just talking about starting at the beach and swimming to the other side, it’s not a SUPER long way. She was joined by a friend in our Cabin community, and the rest of us followed along with their leisurely pace in canoes, kayaks, row boats, pontoons and paddle boats. It was a mighty flotilla.
The day after, my sister’s boyfriend, who is a chef, and my dad both tackled the smoking of some ribs and chickens. I was asked to document, whether sincerely or not, I was game.
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It was a feast for kings. Damn Hell Ass Kings.

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Hi! I'm a graphic designer, photographer and female person. I live in Minneapolis with my husband Alan and our baby son Alexander and baby cat Arya.


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