Park overview:

Beacon Rock State Park is a 4,650-acre year-round camping park with historic significance dating back hundreds of years. The park includes 9,500 feet of freshwater shoreline on the Columbia River.

We went up to Beacon Rock on Saturday for the first time... What a beautiful park this is.  Not only a
re you so high up that you get amazing views but you are in this area with waterfalls that just flow so peacefully over the ground. 

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Victoria and I have been up just waiting for the sun to show this morning so we could go on a walk.  The big bright yellow circle has finally decided to show but it is still chilly so we will wait just a little longer.  While we wait I am going to work on some Easter pictures, and Victoria is going to finish coloring Rocket.
We found a little fair/carnival in Washington. It was such a wonderful time and of course Victoria just loved the roller coaster. Looks like as she gets older we will be getting amusement park passes because she just had a blast.

It was a wonderful to go out and have a little family time doing something completely new with Victoria.  She is getting more and more personality as the hours go by and just brings so much life to the day.

Our little girl is not so little anymore.  She is now 3 feet tall, and 23lbs.  Her new sentence is "NO it's MINE."  We have a few pictures from her B-Day party and will post the remaining ones on the webpage.