Caitlyn Jenner hit the dirt with five of her kids and stepkids Sunday for what appeared to be an active and adventurous Father's Day.
"Great day yesterday for Father's Day. We had so much fun off-roading," she wrote Monday, posting a picture of the gang out in rugged terrain. "So much love and support! Love my family!"
Burt Jenner and girlfriend Valerie Pitalo, Brandon Jenner and wife Leah, Kendall Jenner and Khloe Kardashian all made the scene, as did Kim Kardashian, who had with her daughter North and — get this — a smiling Kanye West.
Great day yesterday for Father's Day. We had so much fun off-roading. So much love and support! Love my family! pic.twitter.com/xemTJPuySv— Caitlyn Jenner (@Caitlyn_Jenner) June 22, 2015
Saying, "If you hang with the Jenner's you can't show them fear!!! lol," Khloe posted bouncy video on Instagram taken from her shotgun seat in a buggy being piloted by Kendall. The soundtrack? Screams.
Kim, incidentally, showed up in a pair of high-heel gladiator sandals for the dune-buggy outing, a fashion choice that should be scream-inducing in and of itself. Perhaps in a nod to her newly won freedom of expression and despite the day's action-filled agenda, Caitlyn Jenner indulged in a dress. The only pop of color in the off-road extravaganza came from North's hot-pink kicks.
Also on Sunday, Kendall Jenner posted a throwback shot on Instagram of her dad holding her close and kissing her on the cheek when she was very young.
"my whole life this soul was my daddy and just because your appearance is different now doesn't mean you were any less of a father to me my entire life," she wrote. "happy Father's Day to the person who raised me, and taught me everything I know, my hero."
Kylie Jenner's Father's Day message included a pic of herself with her sister, her dad and mom Kris Jenner, also from back in the day.
"Happy Father's Day my little light of sunshine," she wrote, then quoted her dad: "'You can still call me dad, Kylie. No matter what I'm always going to be your father. That's never going to change.'"
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