Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Busy week...

Neil & Cade went back to school on Tuesday!
Neil is at Dixie Middle School (9th grade) Cade is at Tonaquint (6th grade)


Last minute trip before school started. This is out in the Big Water area by Lake Powell.

Overlook at Glen Canyon Dam at Lake Powell. Didn't take the boat there this time.



The site of the filming of the T.V. show Gunsmoke. It was also used for a lot of other western movies. It is up in Johnson Canyon outside of Kanab.

Last week we had two fun little trips. Brent had business up North and we rode up and visited with Chad, Melinda & Mikell. It was really fun to see them even though it was a short visit. Then on the weekend we went to Kanab on business for Brent, then Lake Powell - Big Water area for business, then for fun drove out to the North Rim of the Grand Canyon. I am adding a few photos, but when I opened the camera file there weren't any of the photos we took at the North Rim so I don't know what happened.

4 comments:

amy g said...

wow, school started already?! crazy. Believe it or not, I've never been to the Grand Canyon either! I need to go. Looks like you guys had a fun time!

Al said...

Looks like fun, I love that area!

Todd & Rakel Gardner said...

I am glad that you made a trip out of work and were able to see some fun stuff. I hope the kids had a great first day. Austin was begging me to go to see cade and neil today, but I told them they were at school. So he sang Jesus wants me for a sunbeam the rest of the day (at home, at school at play)

GARDNER FAMILY said...

Hooray for back in school:) Well sounds like your trip was fun and I am so gald you could come visit us it was fun to see you and Neil. Oh ya the the yellowstone postcard...well I was thinking about ya and I was just going to give it to you when you were here but I thought it would be fun to get in the mail!! I also sent one to Kurt. The reason it took me so long is because I was going to get postcard stamps and never made it to the post office so I decide what the heck and used a regular stamp so I could get them out! Better late than never:)