Monday, November 9, 2009


Fall is defiantly my favorite season. Well, it's at least in my top 3. I can finally go outside without sweating, I get to wear argyle sweaters and who doesn't love driving on wet roads?!
Fall also means I get to go stay at my fam's condo in Snowbird up Little Cotton Wood Canyon. Unfortunately my whole family lives out of state now and couldn't come back to stay this year so I had the whole place to my self. Sad. ;)

Here is the view from my room.
PhotobucketThis is half way up looking down on SLC.

Tuesday, October 6, 2009

On my week off.

I took a little trip last week to see my parents (The Kip and The Vida) and my sister and her husband(Trout and Jer-Bear(I bet he hates that I called him that.).) They all live in Washington; just across the border from Portland.
We we lucky that Jer-Bear's parents let us stay in their beach house on Long Beach most of the time and it was crazy cool.
I am going to warn you now; I took a lot of pictures and I am posting a lot of them. Enjoy.

Me and The Kip found this nice pier while wandering in Portland.

That looks like The Kip on the end of the pier.

Trout on Cannon Beach, Oregon.

The Hay Stacks on Cannon Beach.

Is it just me or does he look like he knows more about life then I do?

There are a lot of pictures of the Hay Stack because I love it so.

We stopped at Fort Stephens. An old coastal fort that opened during the Civil War.
It has seen better days.

This is what a wrecked ship looks like.

And here is me and a wrecked ship.

My new desktop wallpaper.

Then we stopped at the free museum in Long Beach. It was free for a reason.
I hope no one puts a price tag on my stuffed head after I die.

I'm pretty sure this is real.

The Kip, the moon and me.

Light house of Cannon Beach.

More Hay Stacks.

The Kip and The Vida.
(Dear Mom, This picture is your own fault for never facing the camera when I try and take your picture.)

He kept a very close watch on me.

This time I didn't get in trouble for taking the dog's picture.

What a great place for a chair.

This little girl was the only one on the beach tough enough to brave the cold water. She spent a few minutes trying to convince The Kip into joining her but he wasn't falling for it.

Saturday, September 26, 2009

Did you say farmers market?

Yes, yes I did say farmers market.

My good friends, Tiff and Harmony, let me go with them to the farmers market at Pioneer park in Salt Lake City. I sneezed a lot, my pocket smells like lavender and I got yelled at for taking pictures of a dog. (We think it must have been stolen. (That's the only real explanation.))

I did make it home intact with a pile of fresh raspberry's, honey on the comb, hummus, tasty Swiss cheese and a slight stomach ache from eating too many of the afore mentioned raspberry's. (Afore is a word no matter what spell check tells me. stupid spell check.)

Tiff is about to enjoy something or get her tonsils checked.

Yes I do own some of these. Yes they are as good as they look.

Dog. (Not the one I was yelled at for.)

So many mushrooms.

These cuff links are made out of old type writer keys. How sweet is that! Makes me wish I fancy dressed more so I would need a pair or two.

Don't take candy from strangers Billy...
Unless they are painted gold. Then they must be legit.