Tuesday, September 4, 2007

Labor Day at Issac's Landing

For the Labor Day Holiday we got to travel up to Fairview and participate in the official "ground breaking" of Zachary's parents future Cabin. We had a lot of fun digging holes, riding horses, eating breakfast and just enjoying being in the Mountains. Zachary's family kept saying, "There's nothing like eating pancakes in the mountains," Sort of corny.......but also kind of true. We were grateful that Zachary's parents invited us along ( even if we did have to get up at 6:30 on our day off!)
Riding Lily up in the mountains.

Zachary, Doug (Zac's Dad), and me digging away. When we pulled up to the property the first thing Zachary said was, "That looks like some hard ground!" and was he ever right, that ground was a lot of rock and not so much dirt! J'net and I teamed up on a hole, and I think we dug ours deeper than any of the boys! Sometimes us girls just got to show them how it's done.

Our little Nephew Cam in the hole that Zachary dug.

Eating Breakfast with everyone.

5 comments:

tHe PitCheR mEmoRiEs said...

I look at you blog everyday now to see the new updates.....I love how you have something new all the time! I'm not doing so good with new updates right now...I guess I better get with it huh?! It looks like you're quite the cowgirl now too!!:) How fun!

tHe PitCheR mEmoRiEs said...

Oh I forget to tell you....Colbie Caillat is my FAVORITE! Love her!!

Tyler & Nicole said...

You guys are so busy! That will be fun to have a cabin in the mountains. And riding horses...I'm jealous! Going to Park City looked like some fun times as well. We miss Idaho and Utah!

Nat said...

That will be so fun having a cabin to go spend your time at. You guys have been busy doing fun things lately!

Ben, Shaunie, and the girls said...

What a way to spend your day off! I agree with Zach's family about the pancakes....they always taste better in the mountains....speaking of food, I want to have you guys over for dinner, now that we live nearby, sort of! My email is shauniecluff@hotmail.com.