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Spring Breakin’ in Arizona – Part 3

We rounded out our vacation with a photo-shoot of the boys (PICTURES POSTED SOON!), Easter at Rawhide, where the kids got sworn in as town Sheriff’s, which was just as cool as being a GC Park Ranger!  We also hit up the Arizona Science Center and Dbacks opening day at Chase Field!  I didn’t want to lug around my camera to the Dbacks game, so you get the joy of looking at a cell phone collage below.  Oh, one more thing…we went to The Great and Powerful Oz movie to pass the time while we waited for our flight and didn’t make it through it…Ryland got scared when one of the witches turned into the wicked-witch, so we left.  Just when it was gettin’ good, too!  :-)

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April 6, 2013 - 1:28 am

Mom/grandma - Great family memories!!! Can’t wait to see you all in May!

Spring Breakin’ in Arizona – Part 2

Day two was our journey to the great Grand Canyon!  Our first stop was in Williams, AZ to visit Bearizona, which is a drive-through wildlife park.  The animals roam free, which was really neat!  The boys were a little scared that a bear was going to attack us, but we made it out alive.  A real life Jurassic Park (ish).  This was definitely a highlight of our trip!  Once we made it to the Grand Canyon, we had to wait nearly 30-45 min just to get through the front gates.  So, a word to the wise…buy your ENTRY tickets at the NatGeo Imax Theater area in town FIRST before heading into the park…that way you can zoom through line 1 and avoid the wait!!  The kids had 1 mission while at the GC…to become a Junior Park Ranger!  They had to complete 4 pages in their Junior Ranger books and then attend a ranger-guided tour.  We BARELY made it back to the visitor center before closing for the boys to get sworn in as official Junior Rangers…they were SOOOOOO excited!!

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April 5, 2013 - 2:57 pm

Mom/grandma - Isn’t the Grand Canyon amazing. Mark do not jump!!!! So much family fun! Love, ME

Spring Breakin’ in Arizona – Part 1

Day one…me and the kiddos rolled into Phoenix at around 7:00 AM to meet up with Mark, who had flown in the night before from Texas.  If you do the math correctly, you can figure out what time we had to wake up in Denver in order to land in PHX at 7 AM.  Yikes!  Day one consisted of a Spring Training game (KS Royals vs. Cleveland Indians) in Surprise, AZ and an outing to Rehab Burger in Scottsdale, AZ.  It is amazing how you can live in a city for over 3 years and still find new things to explore when on vacation.  After our AWESOME burgers, we decided to take a quick walk around old-town Scottsdale to walk off a few calories.  After our walk, it was early to bed in order to make the trek up to The Grand Canyon!!  Pics from the GC will be posted tomorrow!!  Enjoy!

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April 4, 2013 - 3:41 pm

Mom - Love these pics. The boots are awesome!

Geocaching!

Had a little fun today geocaching with the boys!  My first time geocaching was in 2005 in Spokane, WA with my mom, Jackie.  After we moved from Spokane, I kind of forgot all about the sport, until now.  The boys are both old enough to look for hidden “treasures” now, so we had a great time today finding 4 different caches all within a mile of our house.  We will be taking advantage of our time at the Grand Canyon this weekend to find a few more…we bought special Colorado State flags to add to any of the big caches we find.  Happy hunting!

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March 27, 2013 - 3:54 am

Mom - So much fun!!!!!

Food Truck Wednesday!

The food trucks have been assembling at the Capital building, in Denver, each afternoon and I have been very jealous of everyone who gets to partake.  Denver is a bit of a drive for us just for lunch…until now.  The food trucks are starting to cater to the south part of Denver and set up shop at the Hyatt Regency DTC.  We decided to drive 10 minutes north to taste some pretty amazing food.  Mark ate at Pink Tank, which was AMAZING chicken and waffles.  I ate at Kuechos, which served me up some pulled pork sliders and sweet potato fries…DELISH!!  Bistro Colorado was nice enough to cater to kids and made Easton some butter-noodles!

It was a fabulous outing, we will most definitely be back!

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March 21, 2013 - 12:14 am

Jackie the Mom - Yum. Looks like fun. Easton is getting so grown up. Love his hat!