The Green Point picnic site on the shores of Harrison Lake was developed in 1960...and later became a part of Sasquatch Provincial Park. Though the waters of the lake are glacial fed...and rather chilly for swimming...they are quite refreshing on a hot summer's day.
We do not remember what a hot summer day feels like around here...so throwing rocks into the water is preferable to venturing in!
The grands know how to do it. Picnic suppers are meant to be eaten on a blanket!
Baby Lucy enjoyed her first ever picnic...on a blanket all her own.
And when Micah noticed that Baby Lucy's 'chariot' was empty...he begged to get in. He's not sure what to make of having to give up up position as 'youngest grand'!
Fun and games for all...and even a wee bit of sunshine...on the shores of the immense Harrison Lake on pleasant Sunday in August!
Enjoy your day...