August 27: There's nothing like jumping in puddles after a thunderstorm on a warm afternoon!
August 28: We have cucumbers coming out of our ears around here! Not to mention tomatoes and peppers!
August 29: Since Honey Daddy was going to be at a conference in San Francisco all week, I decided to take the boys to Wyoming to visit my parents. Here is the view just before we get to Grandpa and Grandma's house.
August 30: I grew up near this small town in Wyoming. Yep. Our one claim to fame (besides the gorgeous scenery) is having the world's largest elkhorn arch. Nifty, huh?
August 31: I knew the weather would be cooler in Star Valley, but I didn't expect highs in the upper 50s! We have been hanging around 90 degrees in our part of Utah! So we had to go to the store and buy jackets for the boys so they didn't freeze their buns off. While we were driving around I had to stop and take a picture of these round hay bales, which are EVERYWHERE.
September 1: The boys got to go for a ride in an airplane with Grandpa. They were SO excited and loved every minute of it! I may have a future pilot or two on my hands, since this was definitely one of the highlights of the trip for them.
September 2: We drove to Logan to visit my sister and her family. Since we were nearby, we decided to stop at the Pepperidge Farms factory and outlet store. I couldn't help buying a few bags of mint Milanos for myself. I also got 11 bags of Goldfish crackers for 99 cents a bag! Who knew they had SO many flavors and varieties of goldfish?! We can't wait to try them all.