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Sunday, November 28, 2010

Thanksgiving


Isaac had a Thanksgiving Feast for preschool. He really enjoyed making his apple turkey and noodle necklace. The snow started falling Monday (Nov 22)

The snow really came down Tuesday (Nov 23). We got about 6 inches, the worst blizzard in 30 years they said. Cosette had her first snow day. ISU even closed down the snow was so bad (that NEVER happens). The day was spent sledding on the hills of the golf course.

Wednesday morning we left for Arizona. Thankfully the roads were clear all the way down.
Thanksgiving Day we met Mom, Dad, Alan, and Nicole at Montezuma's Castle in Arizona. We were able to view these cliff dwellings of the Sinagua people. The ruins are about 700 years old. It was an awesome experience.
As is done in the Frost Family, Thanksgiving dinner is at a park on Friday. Ethan refused to take off his coat even though it was 60 degrees outside.
Here's everyone together. It doesn't happen very often since the family is split between Idaho and California now.

2 comments:

Joanne said...

What fun. Our thanksgiving was great too. The best food and the weather was 72 until late afternoon
Lynn's kids and grandkids and the sister missionaries shared dinner with us. the missionaries left and then we watched Blind Side. A great movie. I cried from the beginning to the end.

Ken & Darlene said...

Isaac looks very happy and proud. I love it. You all look like you had a grat vacation. I have always wanted to see the cliff dwellings.

Kid Wisdom

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