Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Summer Field Trips

Robbie and I want to continue the tradition of a summer field trip. We think Tuesdays will work but if you want to join us and Tuesday isn't good, just let me know. Here is a tenative schedule of events. These are somethings that Robbie wanted to do. If you have anything you want to add, again let me know!

Robbie and I want to go to these places this summer and hope you will join us. We will go on the scheduled Tuesday, hopefully!
Tuesday, June 1st-The Zoo-all day trip with a lunch! Children 3-12 are $7 and adults are $9
Tuesday, June 8th-Ride bikes on the Provo River Trail-pack a picnic or after lunch.
Tuesday, June 15th-Payson Pool! Cost is about $4, I think.
Tuesday, June 22- Hike to the Grotto
Tuesday, June 29th- Seven Peaks-Have your school age kids participate in the Peaks Reading Pass. If not the cost-under 48” $16.95, over 48” $21.95. We could go after 4 for $11.95.
I can’t do any in July because I will be in school. Sorry
Tuesday, July 27th- Kennecot Mine and lunch at Cooperton Park. Cost-picnic lunch and $5 per vehicle to the mine.
Tuesday, August 3-Swim at Payson Lakes. Take bikes and pack a picnic or fishing poles.
Tuesday, August 10-Thanksgiving Point-Children’s Garden. On Tuesdays in August $2 per person per venue.
Tuesday, August 17-Timponogus Caves-Adults (age 16 and older) - $7 Junior (age 6-15) - $5 Child (age 3-5) - $3 Infant (age 0-2) - Free! You do have to pay $6 per car to drive in American Fork Canyon unless you have a National Parks Card.

Isn't it great that I am thinking of Summer on this lovely, snowy day?

Saturday, February 13, 2010

Javiar the Waiter in the Too small tux!

Here is a picture of her amazing hair and of course Javiar the waiter!


Kenzie went to Sweethearts tonight! We had dinner here and fed them a seven or several course meal, including shrimp, french onion soup, salad, tri-tip, potatoes, beans, and ice cream. I even pulled out my crystal for the occasion. I have had my crystal since before I was married, but I still had to take the stickers off. She looked beautiful! She bought her dress and grandma hemmed it for her. A friend did her make-up and one of my friends did her hair. Austin played the waiter, Javiar. He wore his tux and did an awesome job waiting on them, even though his tux is a bit too small!