Iron Springs Resort, part 3

This is my last post about our weekend getaway, I promise! I'll keep it short and sweet. Just a few more snapshots of how we spent our time inside the cabin. 
Huck tried to stay busy and play in the cabin but he would soon give into slumber. He was one pooped pup after chasing all those birds on the beach! I'm so glad the resort allowed dogs though. He definitely had the time of his life and couldn't have been better behaved all weekend!
 The 30 clams the boys caught. Cleaned and ready to be fried...(ewww) 
 My non clam meal. You can never go wrong with a burger. You just can't. 
 Kristen and I spent a lot of time trying to finish a 500+ jigsaw puzzle (we did not succeed).
And when we weren't working on the puzzle and were all board gamed out, we all decided to make some gingerbread houses. It really doesn't get more holiday spirit filled than that!
I'm pretty sure I ate more candy than I actually put on my gingerbread house, so I went to bed that last night with quite the tummy ache. But it was all worth it! Such a fun trip that I hope to repeat again next year!

And can you believe Christmas is less than a week away? The holidays always seem to fly by so quickly.


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From Foothills to Fog said...

SO fun! I want to make a gingerbread house! They're so cute :)

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