Here is Carl's "project" he is putting in a new motor in his truck, and he was very excited to get the old one out - it was quite the feat. Now he just has to put the new one in.
We went to the Draper Temple open house, it was really beautiful, and fun to be able to take the kids with us. I was glad for the stroller for sure.
This was on our way back from St. George. We stopped at a gas station, and got candy necklaces. Those are a definite must have for our next long trip. And, Fisher decided he wanted to use his legs as the paper - he is a mighty fine artist, I must say.
We stopped at Cove Fort on our way back also, it was really interesting, but pretty cold.
This was a hike up in Snow Canyon - it lead to this arch (the top right hand corner) it was pretty great. Carl was pretty tired after because he carried both kids the whole way. Fisher loves to run, but hates to hike.
Here we are at the start of the hike.
This was after lunch at the Sand Dunes in Snow Canyon. What a face! She had fallen that morning at the swimming pool - it was a sad, nasty bonk that looked horrible for days! The rest is red sand mixed with watermelon juice from lunch.
Carl got buried, and Chachi was trying to find the rest of him.
Playing in the sand.
This was on our ride to the tunnel in Zion's National Park. We wore the kids out!
This was on our hike up to the Emerald Pools.
Fisher was a little poser - he was so cute to smile when we would take pictures.
This was at the beginning of our hike to the Emerald Pools.
This was at Carl's Grandma and Grandpa's house in Leeds. Sunday after church we went back and had dinner there with his Aunt and Uncle, and then we played some cards.