My birthday celebrating wasn't over yet. After eating out at Sushi Train we came back for chocolate peanut butter cake. What, no pics? I spent the whole day baking this. I messed up a few times, but it looks pretty presentable. I guess we were busy stuffing our faces. Can you spot the hidden 38? It wasn't so hidden, but then I decided that I should crumble some peanut butter cups and put them around the numbers. It did not look better, but dang did it taste good. Happy Birthday, killer bee! Theo spent the whole week building with his PicassoTiles. He's been building some amazing creations lately. Mr. Theo Baby got a much needed haircut. I don't think he did. This picture doesn't do it justice. It was magnificent. We all liked his long hair but it was needing a fresh cut. The poor hair stylist spent 10 minutes brushing it out. Theo came home and said, "I hate it!". Meadow said, at least no one will think you're a girl. Theo said, "
Another year around the sun means another birthday cabin trip. I originally thought going to Canada would be fun. We also looked at a few Hipcamps in Wisconsin and Minnesota. I was worried a few weeks ago with the warm up that we'd have to find somewhere north to find snow. Then we had the huge snowstorm. Long story short, we found ourselves heading back to Tettegouche Camp. I spent a whole day looking for the perfect rustic AirBNB or Hipcamp, but then Brooke brought up Tettegouche Camp. I always forget about the long hikes or wood fired stoves. When we got to Duluth we decided to try out the new Duluth location of Grand Marais' Hungry Hippie Tacos. As usual our eyes are bigger than our stomachs. We shared a chimichanga and nachos, but should've went with there signature fry bread tacos. Daniel was really excited for us to play games on the VR headset. So, that's what they did the rest of the night. Meadow and I shared a bed. I just couldn't get over how beaut