Friday, August 6, 2010

Raccoon Creek on Weekend

We were invited to celebrate the birthday of our friend from Pittsburgh and Raccoon Creek is the venue. Raccoon is a great plac during summer because kids can enjoy the lake and run around in the huge field. You can also do a little trekking through their trail at the side of the mountain.
Some people go there to fish, some just to relax or do their sun bathing.
Why is love handles cute when it is on kids?Have a nice and safe weekend everyone!

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Jane said...

Interesting shots, looks like a nice place for a picnic. Thanks for sharing John:)

bj said...

This looks like a great place to get away for a weekend.
Hope ya'll had a lot of fun.

DeniseinVA said...

A great place John, must have been a fun day out.
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Romina said...

Looks fun having party in the creek and the kids must enjoy, like the last photo of the cute boy.

Gemma Wiseman said...

A wonderful place for time out with the family! Great shots!

Dinah said...

True, they are cute love handles on kids and irritating as hell on us adults!

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Jim said...

Great shots.
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Shey said...

I love this place & would enjoy fishing there. Looks like everybody had loads of fun too. :)

☆Mama Ko☆ said...

this crack me up hehe why oh why!

Ralph said...

I love places like this, especially if the children are small. No lifeguard, yet the calm water and shallow depth mean we can easily follow as they splash and play in the lake. Ah yes, to relax away from it all, cooking and swimming...a family can relax together here

Anca Pandrea said...

Great place for a family weekend. Nice shots!

Hey Harriet said...

Looks like a nice spot for a get-together with friends! Have a great week :)

Ann, Chen Jie Xue 陈洁雪 said...

any raccoons around?

What are those white dots in the water?

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