Monday, November 5, 2007

St. George

We love to go to St. George with our family. Here are some pictures of the activities we enjoyed on our trip from Oct 26th - 30th. We did a lot of fun things! We missed Justin who had to stay home for work and school, but look forward to having him with us when we go in December.

Bo playing with one of the kids' favorite toys...Winnie the Pooh. He was our wake up call just about every morning with his trumpet playing.

Allison and Mike on the 4-wheeler. What a fun time!

Marianne and Jeri on their 4-wheeler. Looks like they may get a little dirty!?!

The cave that we rode the 4-wheelers to on Tuesday the 30th. We wanted to go in deeper, but the only flashlight we had died. Bummer!

Everyone on their four wheelers by the entrance to the cave we went into.
(L-R Uncle Ray, Joann, Sadie, Josh, Aimee, Jeri, Aubry, and Mike)

Joann and Bo waiting for the Ghost Tours to start. Mom and Dad Barber sent us all out on this activity where we visited some of teh old historic sites in Santa Clara. Each place had a "ghost" that told a good story and gave the kids a little scare.

Allison riding on Mike's back for the Ghost Tour.

One of the girls' favorite things to do in St. George is about as simple as it comes. THE BUBBLE TUB!!! Every time we go down, they have to have a bath in the jetted tub in the master bathroom. Fun, fun!

Another favorite! Swimming in the pool. It was a little chilly, but Marianne still braved the water. She and her cousin Kyle loved playing on the floating bed.

Marianne and Kyle.

Allison got wet up to her waist, but she stuck her head in for good measure. Here she is wrapped up in a nice warm towel.

We helped Jeff and Cami and their family move on Saturday, the 27th. Marianne and Allison's favorite part? Riding on the dolly!

Jeri pushing Marianne on the dolly.


Leslie said...

looks like so much fun. i love st george. i look forward to going again sometime. too bad justin couldn't go.

Arrington Family Blogger said...

Looks like another fun trip to visit St. George Grandma! What a great Barber family tradition!