Henri and me posing with our daughters this past week.
This is the first time in several years they have come here together at the same time. Here's the view from the summer house they rented right here in Sorrento named Highpoint.
Our oldest daughter Jen and her family.
Our youngest daughter Angie and her family.
The youngest grandchild is 22 mos., but that didn't stop us from all going on a 3 mile hike together.
A good friend of mine that I have known since high school was here visiting as well, so there were 16 of us all together on that hike. Our 4 year old grandson Noah bringing up the rear. I'm so proud of all of the little ones for being able to complete the not so easy hike around Jordan Pond with us.
During their week long visit we only had a couple overcast days, but that didn't stop the little ones from wanting to go swimming at this local lake known as Flanders Pond. The water was cold and the air was only about 60 degrees that day, but another beautiful memory was made.
Our oldest daughter and their Yorkie, Emma in Bar Harbor where we all went to go shopping and eat ice cream.
More hiking together on Ship Harbor Trail in Acadia. Little Emerson Rose had the best seat in the house on the trails.
And right across from the summer house rental was another great seat.
Our oldest daughter Jen out collecting buttercups for the summer house on the first day they arrived.
Our son-in-law Danny Mac finds some perfectly frosted sea glass on the shore.
Our son-in-law Joey taking a boat ride with our grandson "Captain" Noah.
Our grandson Michael found a metal toy tank while out hunting for sea glass.
Our grand daughter Taylor found one of the best pieces of sea glass I have ever seen here in Sorrento. It's purple with an impressed pattern. And check out that pretty piece of blue and white china she found too. The 7up piece in the photo above was also one of her finds.
Tonight Sorrento is just not the same here without them all.
It's always so hard saying goodbye to them at the end of their stay and I can't even tell you how very lonely it is here tonight without them.