Vacation Planking Part II

Almost every summer for the last few years our little family has made the trip home to Saskatchewan for a graduation, wedding, another graduation…the list goes on.  But this year there was no grand event so instead we went to visit friends in Seattle and then up to Davids brother and family in Vancouver,BC.  

Our planking got off to a great start in Weed, California!  Level of Difficulty: 6.  Blazing hot pavement searing through my clothes as David takes 3 years to use my camera.

Point Defiance Park Planking (Tacoma).  Taking hiking to the next level.

Pike’s Market in Seattle

The first ever Starbucks–I felt a little vintage action was required!

Sword fighting in front of the gum wall.  No volunteers for planking here.

Slug bug plank.  Level of difficulty: 8.  Especially with a 3 yr old directing.

Crossed the border to meet up with some Cooke cousins.

White Rock Planking. Level of Difficulty: 10.  Assistance required.

Good bye sweet boys!

Submerged Plank.  Level of Difficulty:  2.  Those swim lessons paid off!

Ahhhh…home…back to the sweltering heat…

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3 thoughts on “Vacation Planking Part II

  1. Jessica says:

    you guys are hilarious. Themed vacations from now on. Check Planking off…

  2. Cristy says:

    All 5 of these Cooke boys are quite handsome little men ;0). But I’m still disappointed in Davids lack of abs to hold himself up w/o Darren’s help. Hopefully these planking exercises will help strengthen his core :0P

  3. Jenelle says:

    so sad, the year we moved here you don’t make a trip to SK 😦 the planking is awesome – you guys put a lot of effort into fun photos, very entertaining!

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