The Holidays and Winter at the Hog

So the Holidays were great as always... busy and needed. We of course did the state tour of NC... New Bern to Elkin, Elkin to Charlotte and back, Elkin to Wilmington, Wilmington to Louisburg, and Louisburg to New Bern. We had fun visiting with the family and seeing our friends. We had such a great time that we didn't want it to end. Also, before the Holidays, we struck out to Hog Island for another trip- but this time the agenda was for the scouting and hunting of ducks. David and PK got up really early to go do their thing, and Sarah and I slept in and piddled around the Lodge and island. It was great being there without any bugs, and it was mostly very decent weather as we were on the leeward side of the island, but across the sound was a different story.

Bella posing in front of the Christmas tree. Soon after, she received a treat and her Christmas sweater.

Scrooge looks a lot like Brother Cobb... hmmm. Hahaha. We were literally frightened at the sight of him in the living room.

Typical family scene after dinner.

The Cobbs.

Bella's Christmas sweater, a hand-me-down from Cindy.

Greeting PK after a day of Hunting on the Hog.

Mama and baby horse that live on the Island.

Bella was trying to help David dock the boat.

It was FREEZING on the Cedar Island side of the sound. Sarah braving the elements.

Coach was our captain... I am so thankful he can drive a boat as if it was a car, because the current was ridiculous and the space was quite small.

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