Well I was going to tell you all about the Han Solo painted card being up on EBay, but it actually sold before I could even write this post.
That’s defiantly the quickest I’ve ever seen one of my cards sell, it lasted a mere 9 minutes and 6 seconds. A big thank you goes out to the buyer, Pamela!
Lately I’ve really fell off the horse as far as my blogging is concerned, but I’ve been super busy and there’s only so many hours in the day.
Earlier this month Tanya, Tristan and I, took a short vacation and went to visit one of Tanya’s sisters in Utah.
It was a lot of fun, Trina and her kids, Kelsey and Kyle, were awesome. They put us up in style in their spare bedroom, kept us happy and fed, and overloaded Tristan with lots of love and more toys than I think he’s ever seen before.
Here’s Tanya's sister, Trina (whoops, a little camera shake)
Tristan and Kelsey are actually petting a rabbit here (he’s just extremely fluffy)
Kelsey’s giving Tristan the superman treatment.
Tristan and Trina hanging out
Here's Kelsey, Tanya and Twist checking out some big rocks
Trina showing little Twist a frog
Here’s a picture of a bat ... no really, it’s in there, just look real hard
and some weird bug that lives in Saint George. Trina kept pointing out all these little critters, so I felt obliged take their picture ... you know, just to be polite :)
Anyway … thanks for being so gracious guys, we had a lot of fun.
The drive back to Boulder from Saint George was long, about twelve hours, but Tristan handled it like a champ. We saw lots of desert and lots of rocks, bigger rocks and even bigger rocks.
When we left to come home Trina suggested we stop and see Zion Nation Park. I’m sure it’s pretty, but I think, us three, had all seen enough 'big rocks' for one trip, so we just came straight home.
Our journey through the desert was a far cry from what we woke up to this morning. Here we are back in the Colorado snow, looks like winter has finally arrived.
Take care everyone and I’ll see you next time
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