Tuesday, April 6, 2010

My picutures aren't in order
so as I bounce around our Easter
weekend bare with me...
Here is Chase's poor leg. You can see
some of the dozens of poke
marks and bruises from
the Cholla Cactus that attacked him
first thing Friday night.
It was the worst thing to hear,
your child screaming in pain,
terror and panic. Nate was so
worried about him that he
just grabbed the big clumps
of cactus with his hands, because
Chase was in so much pain.
I had him say a prayer while
dad and Nate were removing
the cactus and needles from
his leg. He calmed down right away.
Later that night we had a
good laugh around the
camp fire. Chase didn't think it
was to funny. I don't blame him.
Here is Addison holding
the snake that her big brother
Andrew killed. The other 2
triplets wouldn't touch it.
They found the snake
when they went to search for
who was screaming for help
behind us in a wash.
Some of our family heard the
cries for help but never found anyone.
They managed to call 911
we later found out, but they
didn't find them either.
Here is Andrew the snake killer.

Chase and the kids hunting

Easter Eggs in the wash
where I hunted Easter Eggs
as a kid.

All the kids anxiously
waiting for the signal to
head out and hunt eggs.

Not sure why this is in here,

love the Girly Girl Fabric Line.
Can't figure out how to delete the picture.

Poor Nate with his swollen
right eye. This was 2 days
later and at least he could see out
of it by then. He was taking
a walk up the mountain with
Addie and Chase when all
the sudden he was attacked
by a very aggressive bee.
Fortunately, they made it down
safe. Nate found a large hive
in a cactus they had walked by.

Chase, Easter moring with his
easter basket. Yep, the Easter
Bunny found him all the way out
in the desert.

Not sure why this is tipped
but not the way I loaded the pic.
Chase and dad on the quad.
Chase lived on this thing. He put
about 60 miles on it this weekend.

The 5th wheel. Nate and I
slept in our tent. Dad, Mom and
Chase stayed in the Desert Hotel.
Gram can't leave home without it.

Chase resting in our tent.

It was a crazy funny weekend.
I'd have to write a mile on
this blog to fit all that happened
in...we had another great
Easter...thanks family for the
priceless memories...

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