2 out of 3 is how many kids could enjoy some skiing in Oregon this year. Just 2 weeks to the day from Kate's accident we left for Sunriver and the rental house that John's sister always reserves for the 10 of us to have a few days of fun in the snow each year.
The following day a group of us headed to the mountain. I put the kids in ski school for the day and wondered if I'd be picking them up in one piece. I saw them at lunch time in one of the lodges and happily texted John, who had a cold and stayed at the house with Kate, that all 4 legs were intact.
This is a rare still shot of Tim, who usually was flying by so quickly that I couldn't photograph him.
The following day the girls skied with the family.
Kate, meanwhile, had a pretty good trip, considering. I was really nervous about her being outside at all. She was still learning to use crutches and then trying to use them on ice and snow sounded like a horrible idea. Luckily there was not a ton of snow near the house this year so she could do some walking off the snow. She liked sitting in a patch of snow near the house and using some cups to make snow castles.
One day while the rest of us skied Uncle Randy took Kate out for a change of scenery to the nearby High Desert Museum.