After spending 3 hours and 100 gallons of water to clean Martin’s truck…
We headed out on our road trip.
We stopped at the ice cave about 28 miles from Grants.
That’s us and a 700 year old Douglas fir tree.
I have never seen such a thing. 80+ degrees outside. Walk down some stairs and bam. Solid block of ice. 31 degrees down there.
The rock formations were incredible!
We also took the hike to the volcano.
As we climbed you could see the Allegra mountains and the Buzzard Fire. And if you look really really close you can see Martins shiny shop!
The volcano was so deep.
And the flow was so long.
We arrived in Flagstaff. It was time for baseball.
Proud Grandparents right there!
Tanner just being as cute as ever.
We went for a family hike.
A little obstacle course training too!
All aboard the truck for a happy ride home.
Since we had time before baseball. It was puzzle time.
A little more baseball fun.
A little more puzzle time.
Nothing sweeter than cousins who cuddle.
After all the baseball was done and family members loaded their shoes.
And headed back down to the hot valley. Martin and I went zip lining.
Ziiiiiinnnnnng…… he goes.
This was so much fun. Second largest zip line in the US.
We had to climb some ladders to go for a ride. Always hooked in with these special hooks.
So glad we aren’t to old yet to do this fun stuff. Gotta keep moving!!!
We traveled down to the valley on Tuesday for the Cardinals fitting and Kansas bath day.
If she could only stay so cute and clean. But noooooo as soon as we get home she goes and lays in the dirt enjoying the wind blowing her clean fur.
Martin installed my port hole windows.
Yes…. quirky me wanted port hole windows. Why not!!!!!
Sealing up my office helps so much as it is starting to warm up here.
Martin finished another barn door. This one is for our bedroom closet.
Love a man the can build shit!!!!
My little make shift garden is doing pretty good. Reaping the rewards.
Till next time……