Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Brock finally ditched the training wheels... We live on a bumpy dirt road, so it was hard for him to practice, but now he is ready to pass on his little bike and get a new bigger one.

Rachel is showing off her moves... Maybe she'll follow in her mother's footsteps and join the jump rope club.

Sunday, August 26, 2007

Procession of Brett's moods after his blessing.

He is looking pretty concerned with things right about now...
Now he is down right angry and giving nasty hand gestures...
I am not sure what just happened, but he is now a bit smelly but a bit happier...
...and now he is ready to pose for the pictures. What a handsome young man.
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The fam came up for Brett's blessing... it was a party all the way.

This is a picture of the whole Clan... We are just missing our little Cody (cranky and napping) and my oldest sister Sherri's husband Wade. He had to get back home where they live.

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Brett with his two Grandpas

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More pictures of the lake from John's plane

This is the pretties lake... We just love it. Most of the time people get used to the scenery where they live, but every time we drive through town along the lake we are still blown away that we live here.

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Aerial Views of our fun town

Dana's brother John flew here for July 4th. He took Dana and I up for a little ride. This was the first time I had been in such a small plane. It was a pretty neat feeling to float around...until we had to land. I like not seeing the runway when we land.

John let me have the controls for a little bit. It was pretty sweet.

This is a picture of the lake in town. The city is built around this lake. I am not biased or anything, but this is the prettiest lake in the United States.

We were woken up by a strange sound one morning. Sheepherders would dirve thier flocks by our house every morning for about a month. Cody would run around yelling, "mommy mommy, I see a seep." It was quite a sight to see so many sheep. The herders have huge dogs to walk in front of the flocks and in back to fight of wolf attacks.
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