(Yes, we take the noun ‘Jeep’ and turn it into an action verb!)
On one of the Jeep rides, we went on the trail called Elephant Hill. There is one spot that is called the narrows.
From this picture, can you tell why they might call it that?
We made it through with nary a problem. But our friend was driving a Hummer 2. It took him 15 minutes to work his way through the narrows. (He had 1 inch to spare on the sides…)
Not only are there very narrow spots there are very steep places.( This picture doesn’t do justice to the steepness of the trail. . .)
Great! Let’s get started.
First, I would like to feature the links that had the most hits. Did you catch that — links — as in plural? Yes, there were two sites that had the same number of hits.
Katie from A Houseful of Homemade shared her Homemade Salted Bath Truffles. (They sound like something yummy that you would eat instead of plunking into your bath water.) Thank you so much Katie for sharing this!
The second site that got the most clicks was Lisa at Hoopla Palooza with her fishing pole pretzels. They are so stinkin’ cute! Grandkids would gobble these down in a flash! I love that the reel is made out of M&Ms!
It’s such a blessing that these creative ideas are shared at my link party! I am ever so grateful to all who participate!
Okay. Let’s get to the party.
- Link directly to a specific post – not to your blog’s homepage.
- Please do not add links to contests, giveaways, other link parties, or Etsy sites.
- Share anything family-friendly – crafts, recipes, DIY projects, games, books, holiday ideas, technology, etc.
- Visit other links at the party – and leave a comment if possible. (Everyone loves comments.)
- Be a sweetheart and follow me on Pinterest. It isn’t required, though.
Feel free to add up to three links.
Grandma Ideas link party accepts posts Wednesday through midnight on Friday evening Mountain Standard Time.
Thanks in advance to all of you wonderful people who take time from your busy life to drop by and share a link. You are amazing!