Wednesday, June 18, 2008

It's time for some fun... (and some new pictures)

Who's sick of looking at those golfing pics? I sure am! Here's a bunch of pictures from the last few weeks (months, actually).

What's this kid looking at anyways?

Okay, could this guy not be in an ad for mascara?

A couple of weeks ago Doug, Rosanna, and I headed into Vancouver to spend the day with our good friends from Calgary. Rosanna and I were patiently waiting for their ferry to arrive, as you may see below.

We decided to head to Lynn Canyon for some hiking and sweet suspension bridge action.

Not as fun as it looks, trust me.

It was fun seeing you two, Gord and Janice. Come back soon!

Two weeks ago Doug, Caleb and I decided to visit Seattle for the weekend. We found a hotel downtown and spent the weekend exploring the piers, Pike's Place, and of course the space needle. It truly is one of the most beautiful and exceptionally clean cities I have ever visited!

The view from up top.

After seeing this picture I am convinced that Caleb looks like his father!

Take the picture already Dad!

And, here's the view from the bottom. Also, not as fun as may think to ride up to the top. I hate elevators. This one is a 41 second, very fast, ride to the top. Enough said.

Caleb really loves his stroller. He spent probably 12 hours that day in his car seat or stroller, and loved every minute of it. I think he's so fascinated by all the views and people that he's as quiet as a mouse!

On Monday Doug and I took advantage of the one nice day here in the lower mainland, and spent the afternoon at the beach in White Rock. Caleb loved the water and sand, as well as all the other kids and dogs! All of a sudden he spotted a large chocolate lab, who saw Caleb an instant later, and the next thing I know there's a huge dog on our blanket licking and sniffing Caleb's ears and neck! Caleb loved it... he was giggling and squirming with joy, while the owners were mortified. Quite the event. As you may also observe, Caleb has learnt to crawl! He's really getting around these days.

And then my camera ran out of batteries. Maybe I'll have more pics in a couple of months.