Thursday, July 1, 2010

Family and The Hole

We had family in town over the weekend! Brent and Melodie and their kids, Larson, Holden, Sierra and Savannah came to see us! We loved having them here! They came last Thurs night and unfortunately I had to work on Friday and Saturday but they took Chad to the beach with them both days! Here are a few pics from when they were here!

Saturday night our friend Mike had tickets for us to all go to the Angel's game! We love the Angels and go at every opportunity! Thank you Mike!

We didnt get a very good pic of Brad and I... oh, well, next time!
Brad broke out the new grill and we had burgers and hot dogs!

A little relaxation after dinner...

Cute Sierra at the tide pools, she loved the Hermit Crabs!

The boys looking for sea life...

Larson turning over rocks...



And, then they found a squirrel, haha

It was eating berries right out of their hands!

And, then we had a seal entertain us!

He came into really shallow water, I was so surprised!

He really danced and flipped around for us!

The guys played a little "catch" on the beach...


And, then they dug a hole.

Brent taking it easy while the boys worked! haha

All done! (notice the shelf for the soda's)

Notice the back side, just in case the tide comes in...

3 cute guys! Holden, Larson and Chad

Holden & Chad

8 comments:

Cherie said...

LOVE THE HOLE!! Best beach hole I have ever seen!!!
I recognize that pier - want to go back....:D

Jenny said...

That is one impressive hole!! How fun!

Lisa @ Pulsipher Page said...

Awesome Hole!! The things boys can do, amazing. I like your black and white tablecloth. My husband grew up in Anaheim and also loves the Angels.

Letti said...

That hole is great. I love the shelf! I need to go visit those tide pools with my kids. Your family sure is cool.

tammy said...

That is quite the hole!! I just showed it to Connor. He loves to dig on the beach.

Great pics. And cute tablecloth. Did you buy it (and where) or did you make it?

Joy For Your Journey said...

That hole is amazing!! How fun. Your pictures always make me wish I lived in California. But then I hear about an earthquake or a fire . . . . So instead we live were it is 115 degrees! Crazy.

Joneel said...

WOWSER, do those guys hire out?

Nancy said...

That is one impressive sand sculpture! What a blast!