Sunday, May 30, 2010

Graduation trip!

We're back...finally!!:) Almost two weeks ago, the boys and I, along with my mom who flew to McCook to drive with me, made the trip back home. We went home so we could watch my brother-in-law, Jared, and my brother, Jason, both graduate from high school. My made our trip a two day trip and spent the night in Casper. We shopped, ate at Sanfords (a really fun place to eat) and did a little swimming to the boys could get some energy out! The first few days of our trip were spent cleaning and planting flowers at my mom's house and visiting Grandma Asay's house. Sunday and Monday were spent going to graduation and visiting with family and friends. We visited our favorite restaurants while we were home and saw a couple of movies. We had so much fun seeing family and friends and were glad we could be ther to celebrate our brothers' big days!

Dinner at Sanfords...super fun restaurant wstuff to look at!!

A funny sign posted on a door at our hotel...only in Wyoming!

Fun outside!

Roasting marshmallows one night

Travy's little store

I heart my sister!!

Jason's Graduation

Jared's Graduation

I got to enjoy lunch with my fun sister-in-laws one day. After lunch, we took the kids over to the park to play.

Playing at Grandma Asay's house. The boys loved feeding the sheep!

I was driving from Lovell to Powell one day and thought how beautiful Heart Mountain looked. It's not the greatest picture, because I was driving, but it was!

The boys enjoying the sponge balls their great grandma gave them!


Unknown said...

Good Look'n Grads! I remember when Jason was just a little guy!!! Crazy!!! It was so fun to see you!

Megan Foulger Evans said...

what fun pics...i had a blast with you crazy kids!!! can't wait to see you all again in two weeks haha :)

Phillips Family said...

Looks like a fun, quick trip through Wyoming. It is a good thing that no critters entered your room...that is a significant problem only found in Wyoming.

Stacey said...

Ton of fun pictures!! It is great you got to celebrate both of your brothers graduation!