St. Elmo was busier than I have ever seen it. I'm not sure if it's due to summer's end being only a few weeks away but it was quite busy.
Jack was so patient feeding the chippers. There were so many people though that when he would finally get to feed a chipper someone would walk by and scare it off. He was so sweet and never said a word, he just waited for the next one to come along. He is such a sweet boy.
A handful of old nails Joel picked up while he watched Ethan and Evie run around the rocks.
After we fed the chippers the kids had fun playing in the river. The water was freezing but the kids never seem to mind.
Joel was trying to walk across this fallen tree. He did finally make it but not before soaking himself.
The kids enjoyed hopping from rock to rock. Occasionally they would fall off in the cold water. It was cute to watch them react to how cold the water was.
Evie made it across the fallen tree too. She enjoyed jumping on the end of the tree. It bounced her pretty high.
After we played in the water we tried to drive up to the old mines but the road was closed. We still found a nice place to have lunch.