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Wednesday's Walk...Tubing the Hooch

Usually every summer we find time to drive up to Helen and go tubing down the Chattahoochee River.  It is one of our favorite summer activities.  We haven't made it up yet this summer, but there's still time...maybe even for this weekend. :)  The boys keep asking if we are going, so maybe we'll just have to stop what we're doing and go.  Alex and Tim have both been tubing since in diapers.  The first trip with Alex when he was around 8 months old.  Tim was around 6 months.  They both slept during the last half of the trip.  They have grown to love tubing.  We've even introduced them to white water rafting and now they're hooked on that, too.  So thankful we've been blessed with such fun, adventurous boys!
These pics are from last year...such fun!  I can't wait to make more memories while tubing the Hooch!


  1. looks like a LOT of fun! wow! love all the pink tubes :) thanks for linking up today!

  2. It is alot of fun...and only costs $3 a tube. I glad I found your blog as well, Jenilee.

  3. Tubin' the Hoochie? Didn't Alan Jackson have a song?

    I found you on the Goodwin Family blog.


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