Not only have we had visitors of the human variety, but yes, the bears are back. FYI that is a quarter next to the "gift" which was found in the middle of the driveway. We knew something was up when the dogs were raising such a ruckus during the night. The paw print was found later by Sammy and was only 10 feet away from the dog run. No wonder they were barking.
We had a nice trip to Lagoon July 1st. Becky was not going to take Sariah in, thinking she would be sort of a pain. She relented and we all found that the only crying Sariah did was when the rides were over and she had to get out of the car. . . .There was nothing she went on that scared her. Which is more than I can say for some of us:)
We even found a few dinosaur skeletons on BYU campus to "WOW" the children. This shot is a little blurry but you get the idea. A nice small area, easy to keep track of curious children in and free!!
For years we have been thinking a COX CAMP for all the grandkids would be great. Well this year we nearly pulled it off. 16 of the 17 were in town and at our place for a couple of days. The weather was terrific; the addition of three dogs to our two complicated things a little but all in all it was fun to see the grandkids get to know each other and play so well together. A BIG THANKS to Katie as she was the activities director for the games portion of the camp. Red Rover Red Rover. . . . . . BullDog. . . . .AddOn. . . . . .and let's not forget Duck, Duck Goose. Leigh and I are thinking it should get a little easier as they grow a little more. Lots of little ones this year.