Friday, June 27, 2008

Mark Knopfler Concert

Recognize the background? Yes, you are right. There is nothing that I like to eat here but I gather up everyone's chopsticks and totally enjoy myself while everyone eats their yucky looking stuff.
My favorite people. I'm loving it!
Fortune says.......believe me, it's a goodie. My future is bright!
Recognize the background? Right again! So cool.
Waiting for the Mark Knopfler concert to begin. It was AWESOME! Cool lights, I know most of the songs. When I clapped I had to cover one ear with my shoulder. I was smiling the whole time.

Saturday, June 21, 2008

Pouring cement at "The City"

Big Trucks rolling in.
WOW! Big Stuff
The cement was a little cold, wet and unknown. My Mom bribed me with a grilled cheese sandwich at the Outpost so I braved it and have my handprint in the cement. I'll be fine.

Wednesday, June 18, 2008


I don't look stiff do I? I don't dare world might collapse.....but it's my best smile.
Ditto here - but I love you all the same!
Here's some cake for you. Have ALL you want!! Have seconds, thirds, forths......
I couldn't leave out the "Belle of the Ball".

Sunday, June 15, 2008

This is a picture I drew for my sister Gus (Jayne). It's called "Pink Lady". Gus says that she just has to look at it and it makes her happy.
I drew this in school when I was about 10 years old. My parents love it and put it up on the wall. Someday I'll tell you what it's about.
This is a boy (me) talking into a microphone and telling you a story. If you read what I wrote you can get an idea of my life, for example; I start it "Welcome Back" and end with "Thank you so much and everybody is OK? Good By" In the middle I tell about concerts, a Care Bear Party, boys dance songs, carwashing, watching fireworks, caves, race cars, bowling at Jack & Jill's. Really a pretty good life.

I love Dora. I draw her alot. I like to draw hearts on people. In this one Dora has two hearts. I always see peoples' good hearts. It doesn't matter what they look like on the outside.
Mom and Dad love what I draw.

Monday, June 9, 2008

Poppy Fields

Close-up of a poppy from the wild poppy field near my house.
Suzette Baird took the picture.
Ruins of the Lambert home near our house in Alpine, Utah
It's said that Mrs. Lambert brought the starts for the Oriental poppies and the wild yellow roses across the plains in a covered wagon. Now they grow wild and people come to look at them from all over. The second week in June is the best time to see them.
My sister, Suzette, me and her husband Jonny
Mom and me in the poppies.
The wild yellow roses.

Saturday, June 7, 2008

Almo trip June 3-5, 2008

This is my favorite. The colt is three days old. Our cabin is just over the hill on the right. The historical Almo school is in the background and is still used.
This was one of two bald eagles that we were able to get a shot of near our cabin. They were really big. It's mate flew off - they were together on the pole when we drove up.
Just some of the everchanging clouds and fog in Castle Valley.

Dream Night at Hogel Zoo

This is me and an opossum. I only wanted to touch his eyes....when the man told me "no" I lost interest.
Mom, me, and Dad at the cool water sphere feature. I could have spent the whole time here.
Chelsea Carson and two friends. Great painted faces. We love Chelsea.
Me and Chelsea. She has a good 'Paris Hilton' pose!

Dream Night at Hogel Zoo

Special hours at Hogel Zoo for special kids and their families. Everyone who knows me says that I measure up perfectly!
Suzette, me, and turkeys.

Famous "Ghost of the Bayou" whilte alligator. It was the old butterfly exhibit and I was really jumpy. I'm not too tough to admit that I'm afraid of butterflies.

Monday, June 2, 2008

This is me at the start of the hike up to the caves.
My sister Jayne "Gus" read all of the signs to me and showed me what they were. I love my sister.
Mom and I wait for our turn to go through the caves. I am so excited.
One of the amazing formations. I was all eyes.
First Timp Cave Trip in 2008 with Mom and Gus