The next stop on our tour of Christmas markets last year was Baden-Baden, Germany. This was a really special market place.
Just beyond the market was a unique display of artwork that was gorgeous.
Once again, the food got our attention, but not only the food, the restaurant itself. It was an enclosed porch of a beautiful hotel, but cold enough that they provided blankets at each chair. So nice and cozy with warm cider!
Following a painful bike wreck earlier in the summer, I was still eager to get back on my bike while we were in Jackson Hole. It was terrifying at first, but I loved riding through the National Park with Chris and Sarah.
It was a great day to ride along the lake.
What can be better than mountains, water, kids and bikes on a pleasant summer day?
We had fun hanging out with our friends in Jackson. There’s plenty to do, even without wifi or TV. In this photo we’re playing Left, Right, Center. My goal was to get rid of all the candy bars I had left over, and the scheme worked for me. Everyone else won rounds of the game except me.
There’s plenty of time to sit and admire the mountain views.
We took our friends to see the Cunningham cabin, and I couldn’t avoid taking a few “through the window” photos.
We also drove them through the National Park.
Then we returned home and shot some pop cans with a bb gun. We all found out it isn’t easy to shoot from a moving swing, but it was a lot of fun.