What I learned on my winter vacation…

Things I have learned..

Don’t feed the kitties, they are very hungry. Particularily at the Desert Museum (our destination for today).

Cream cheese is very good in Roblettes.

Keep both feet on the ground and both hands on the club (firmly but gently). It will enable you to shoot 89 even at Ocotillo..(Blue Tees).

That once upon a time when asked to put pigtails in my daughters hair that I put one left pigtail in the one daughter’s hair and the right pigtail in the other daughter’s hair. There you go, pigtails!!!

You can roast a marshmellow over the top of a chimnea with most excellent results.

Nearly three year olds prefer Starbucks Vanilla Bean frappacinos to almost any other treat.

I learned that you need equal parts of scarlett and blue to make purple, therein explains the purple…

Grandaughters almost alway prefer Granny to Pappy.

Don’t necessarily follow Yahoo directions explicitely. It does not hurt to buy a map and then look at it once in a while…

The desert and desert mountains kinda grow on you. They are a continuing reminder of the awe and majesty of God…

And any time is a good time to read God’s Word…



  1. great post! I especially like the pigtails! LOL

  2. J... Said:

    Sounds and looks like you are having a great time!!
    Thanks for sharing all the tips,
    I wasnt sure what kinda coffee drink to bring for the nursury kids on Sunday!

  3. where's jim? Said:

    By the way the vanilla bean frappacino is caffeine free…..

  4. Kodiak Said:

    Time to wind down.

  5. ryan Said:

    great photos gald to see you both are enjoying your time out west see you when you got home

  6. Yeah, Chris still won’t do the pigtail/ponytail thing with Brynn. I wonder what we would end up with. Can’t wait to see you guys soon. Enjoy the rest of your visit.

  7. ryan Said:

    and you think I should try pony tail it just might scar the child for years to come

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