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Please zoom in and check out Ian's face in this picture.
Posted by Cami at 10:24 PM
Whenever I'm sad because I think I'm not going to see my family much within a year, they seem to prove me wrong. Which I don't mind at all. Mike and I got to hang out with Mom, Dad, Amy, Curt, Ian, James, Dave and Kristine for 5 days while they were here for Dave and Kristine's wedding. Way to bring the family together you two.
Because, let's be honest, how could I stay away from this guy for too long?
Or this crazy-face? Who, by the way, kept telling strangers in the Marriott that he lived in a hotel. It was probably the best five days of his life.
I skipped out on work while they were here (thanks, Terry!) and we spent one day in Park City. Here's Jameser on a playground.
And my cute Momma.
Curt, Amy, Dad, and I did the extreme zipline while Mom and Ian rode down the Alpine Slide. Not to be outdone on speed, of course, Mom claimed she would have gone much faster if Ian hadn't ridden with her...
We watched as skiiers practiced tricks while jumping into the pool.
Posted by Cami at 2:56 PM
Mike and I spent 4th of July with his family up in Sandy. Their neighborhood does a parade (which I slept through because it started at 8) and then a breakfast at the pool (which consisted of sausage, watermelon, and krispy kreme donuts. Interesting).
Michelle, Nate, Becky, and the kids came over, and while we were waiting for Mike to get off work so we could start bbqing, the fam decided to go on a hike to some falls up Big Cottonwood Canyon (to which my response was..."we're doing this for fun?"). I'm what Jim Gaffigan would describe as "indoorsy." So I texted Mike to hurry up and he made it home for the hike.
So I made him carry me the whole time.
Just kidding. But David got a ride (I really don't understand why Mike prefers carrying David over me).
And Katelyn got a sweet ride. I don't think she touched the ground the whole time. The cheater.
But really the hike wasn't bad at all. I suppose this was worth it.
This was a tree up at the falls. People here get so creative...
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