After 20 days of well traveled bodies, it was time to head home. We had one more stop in Utah at my cousin Stacie's home. Her and Scott have three little boys that our kids love to play with. We don't see them as often as we would like, so making the stop is always a treat. The stop was about 5 hours from home, trailer travel time. We enjoyed our visit with them and the much needed shower after camping in Idaho at the reunion. The next day we got up and took our time getting ready to go to avoid that crazy Salt Lake traffic. It seemed to take longer than normal to get home that day, not sure if we needed more potty breaks or if it was because it was time to be home. We had left right at 21 days prior to today and it had been fun, but turning that corner to see our driveway was a great feeling. Funny one though, just 7 miles before we were supposed to get off the interstate there was road construction that slowed us to a stop. Talk about frustrating. Luckily it was not too bad and we got going pretty quick.
Of course you know Darin and he was seated in the computer room the following day plotting our course for the next summer's trip. Me? Well, I am ready to relax for a few weeks before we have to start the next school year. I have started thinking of places to go though. We had a goal to go back east, but with a future missionary, we decided we better save some money. We will still go on a trip, but six weeks may be a bit too long. Possibly to Arizona, New Mexico (to see Mesa Verde) and Colorado to visit family. Or maybe fly to Washington DC for a week. Who knows, keep watching our blog and I am sure by next January we will have started booking some reservations to something.