Sunday, August 31, 2008

Home Sweet Home

It was SO much fun being home! We crammed alot into the week we were in Missoula and had a blast while doing it. We hit the Dairy Queen, Out to Lunch, hiked the M, went boating at the lake, went to the mall, saw my parent's new house multiple times and had fun just hanging out with my family. I was so glad that I had Kristin and Kerri there, but we definitely felt a missing void with Melissa in Texas. Maybe next summer...


Mackenzie River Pizza... Yum

Thanks for the pedicures Mom!
Girl's Day out
Boating at Salmon Lake was so much fun. We did go wakeboarding but we left our camera in the car and by the time we got it out, it was too chilly for me to get back in. I forget how pretty it is in Montana.



Watching Dad make his famous pies
Picnic at Bonner Park
Kerri and I have a very "love-hate" relationship =)

I'm so glad I got to see Kristin again and her cute little McKenna!


My last time at my house! =( It was so sad to think that was the last time I would ever stay in the house I grew up in. We will miss it, but it will be fun to stay in the new one and have lots more room. Goodbye Arlington Drive!

Hiking the 'M' was a must for me, so the morning we left to go over to Washington we woke up and hiked it. It was so pretty with the sun coming up and I got a little sad to leave Missoula.






2 comments:

melissa*smith said...

It all looks like so much fun! I wish I could have snapped my fingers and been there too! I can't believe that's the last picture in front of the house. *sniff, sniff* Nauvoo looks really neat~I love the guy who pulled you out and the temple is gorgeous. The flooding is crazy~you have had such weird weather out there! You both look great and took such cute pictures~good luck with your half marathon!

Jason and Kristin Williams said...

That was such a fun week - I can't believe how fast it went by. Melissa, we need to do it again next year because it definitely wasn't the same without you! I was thinking another NY trip is sounding pretty good. Loved all your pictures, though. Nauvoo, Pasco, Fourth of July all looked like a blast.