Riding the Hiawatha trail Lights are required on the Hiawatha trail as you go through several tunnels. The tunnels were pretty wet and we got fairly muddy. Moxie went to her first fireworks show in Bayview, Idaho over Lake Pend Oreille. We found an amazing place to sit on some docks with an unobstructed view of the fireworks barge. Coeur d'Alene 4th of July parade. The Mudgy and Millie float. The Shriners. Community garden in CDA. We found another wonderful place to sit for the fireworks show on the 4th in CDA. On Tubbs Hill waiting for the fireworks. The only people with better seats were out on the lake in boats. Mom and Dad came to visit and brought me Mimi and Papa's china hutch. Mom and I enjoyed a tea party on the African wildlife china Jennifer gave me. The family on Tubbs Hill. Jonathan and Dad swimming with Moxie. Amy and Jonathan with Moxie and Mudgy. We picked up a sleepy Kat at the airport and brought Moxie to snuggle with her. The whole fam at Riverfront Park in Spokane. go Dad! Mom running?!?!? Our little Red Sox fan snoozing in the car. We hit this jerky stand on the way to Sandpoint. Nauti-Gal - has an Evinrude motor which is what Grampa used to sell. Mom checking out the Evinrude at the Sandpoint wooden boat show. Some of the wooden boats were miniatures. The fire boat led the parade. Mom and I dressed up and went to high tea at the Roosevelt Inn. Dad, Jonathan, and I rode the trail of the Coeur d'Alenes from Plummer to Harrison. On the Chacolet Bridge in Heyburn State Park. Moxie and Turner at Turner's 1st birthday celebration at Faragut state park. Turner gives Moxie a ride to shore. Our humble cowgirl. Our SF Giants fan. What did I marry? We have watched this turkey family grow up in our neighborhood.