Thursday, September 10, 2009


This is what we had to look at each night on the porch.

Isaac had been begging to go fishing since the first morning. I had promised to pay him $5 if he caught me a salmon. I got to keep my $5, but I also never got a salmon steak.

The view of the house from halfway up the driveway. That steep driveway puts the fear of God in me. Kyle actually made me drive the blue behemoth up it once. Isn't he mean? I can do anything now though. lol Thanks for the confidence boost, honey.

Our favorite toy- the Polaris. That little thing can drive over anything. And Kyle really likes to test that out. We were all screaming, holding on for dear life, and begging for more.

The mountains were beautiful and the weather was wonderful, but I'm grateful we won't be making that drive again any time soon.


Anonymous said...

Wow, that is beautiful! Love the pic of your boy fishing. My oldest,8, is a die-hard fisherman.

love2bmom said...

I just found your blog after reading your post on the Bridging the Gap Liberia group! I love reading about your trip to Colorado! We live in Colorado, and love it here! Hope to get to knomw you better, as we too, have bio and adopted kids, and are in process to get our girls home from Liberia right now.

Jenni said...


Those pictures are lovely! Such wonderful memories. Your family is beautiful, and all of your children have such sweet countenances. It looks like you had a wonderful time.

God Bless,

Anonymous said...

Hey it's good to see you guys, you all look great, I love Isaacs jeans, thats how Alex looks all the time, he loves the jeans with holes in them!! I have to tell people he really does own some without holes!! Love the van, we got one too, but just smaller!

Chris said...

This place looks so much fun! Is it your house, or a vacation spot? Did you guys rent it? If so, could you pass on the info?

CHris in Auburn, WA

Ginger said...

Thanks Tracy! Daniel only owns jeans w/o holes for a very short time. That was quite a lesson for me in having sons!


It's Kyle's parents' house.

Nealy said...

Magnificent photos!!!!