Next stop for the Hoegers: Germany!
We'll meet up with you guys in Greece!
It's always wonderful to spend time with old friends. We've been so blessed that despite living so far away, we have been able to keep in contact with our dear ones back home through visits on both ends and frequent Skype dates. I don't know what we would do without you guys!
My mother has had a recurring nightmare since us kids were born about her loved ones falling from high places. We haven’t been able to go near sheer drops without her getting a severe case of the nerves. She even has a hard time looking at photos or videos of us near precipitous edges taken years ago (even precipitous edges with a 6 foot steel fense between us and the chasm ::cough::grandcanyonwhenIwasten::cough)
So, naturally, when they were in town we grabbed Dad and climbed to the tallest, most precipitous edge in the near vicinity to take some awesome photos for her to look at later!
Sorry Mom… It just couldn’t be passed up :)
It was a perfect day for the hike and Dad scaled that mountain like a boss! (We won’t talk about how the trail was renovated by Everest sherpas this summer to make the trip slightly easier… ;) )
Seriously though, it was so much fun to experience such epic vistas with the two most important men in my life.
I am one lucky girl indeed!