Day on the Countryside at Parque Pairumani

Day on the Countryside at “Parque Pairumani”
This lovely national park sets on the side of a mountain just about a 45 minute drive outside of the city. We piled up in the truck and spent Saturday morning as a family enjoying the fresh air and sunshine. We wrapped up the excursion with ice-cream from the “Aragatza” ice-cream truck (best ice-cream in town is sold from the side a truck).

The guys
DaRonn, Timothy (8) and Tyler (20 months)
DaRonn is not a outdoorsy kind of guy. But he had fun leading us up the side of the mountain on a half an hour hike. We hung out looking at a small river and the beautiful mountain tops.

The girls
Me, Gabrielle (6) and Raimy (10)
It was good to be together as a family doing stuff. The day was brisk yet sunshiny. We had a picnic when we got down from the top. Gabrielle said it was the best lunch of her life.


7 thoughts on “Day on the Countryside at Parque Pairumani

  1. I love days like that. Days that you do a search of your memory for “the perfect day” come up. Glad you had such a wonderful day.

  2. Alece – you and my dear husband have so many things in common. :-)

    As a side note… funny that both you WordPress gals logged in with your Blogger profile…

  3. Such beautiful scenery… that could make anyone an outdoorsy type :) Sounds like you had a wonderful day!

  4. Amy – As I am sure you already know the pictures do it no justice – in person the landscape is a hundred times more breathtakingly beautiful.

  5. To answer your question: I am not very comfortable at WordPress and flip flop. There are some things I like and somethings I miss.

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