Tuesday, August 19, 2008

Pictures of our trip!!

First stop was the Jelly Belly Factory in Fairfield Ca - west of Sacramento.

We had a blast on the tour and at the end of the tour the tour guide asked us if we all wanted a free bag of Jelly Belly's and of course we all yelled "YES!!" but she said "that's not LOUD ENOUGH!!" So we all Yelled "YES" even louder. Unfortunately David was holding Alana and he yelled the loudest of us all - I think she screamed bloody murder for the next 10 min. Poor baby.


We all got free samples and the lady loved giving Alana gummy worms and of course Alana loved receiving them!!



This is a four generation picture with my mom and her mom. We had a great visit with Grandma B.











Alana with my cousin Angel













David tasting the Dates at the Date farm outside of Indio Ca.













Grand Canyon - what a view











Alana enjoying the view at Bryce Canyon National Park - It was really pretty.












I love this picture of my pretty baby. She is always such a ham.









Bryce Canyon - there were some pretty freaky drops.












Okay - this wasn't on the trip but we sure enjoyed riding my Dad's new trike. :)

5 comments:

Rachel said...

Great pictures! I love the Grand Canyon ones. SO PRETTY! Looks like a great trip! And lloyd would have loved the Jelly Belly factory. I would have gone out of my way to go there too!

:)Rachel

Kellan said...

What a great trip and fabulous pictures. Your daughter is so darling and I loved the 4 generation picture - we've done some of those too!

Nice to see you Gail - take care and see you soon - Kellan

The Muries said...

Looks like you had fun. Those are some really great pictures of you guys. Fun fun.

Are You Serious! said...

♥ How fun! The grand canyon is amazing! I need to go there someday1

Summer said...

That sounds like you had fun. Poor Alan getting scared. She's so cute!
Those pictures make me want to go back to the grand canyon. That one picture makes me nervous. It looks like Dave could drop her she would go right over the edge.