I have the testimonies of Grandma and Grandpa Rowan
on video which I will provide the family with. They
are especially touching.
Sunday afternoon at Pine Mountain, 2010.
Madison and Laura
Uncle Matt seems to always outdo himself when it comes
to providing the evening games. This year was no exception.
(I used my camera battery up on videos of mom and dad, so had
to rely on my iphone for the remainder of my photos and videos.
Quality not great. But better than nothing at all.)
Emily and Thomas going head to head.
Had to stack a certain number and then
bring them back down without crashing.
Christy, Davis, and Craig.
Madison and Davis
A woman's hands,
finest tools may be,
To serve, to mold, to teach,
Grandpa conducted church and keeping with tradition
briefly updated the where-abouts and
goings-on of each and every family member.
Important details included. Amazing.
The memories these two
Ellen and Creed
Hey Doug...can we all come to church
in socks?? Pine Mt. at its best.
Grandpa Steve and Hayley
Chad and Craig
Uncle Kris' traditional breakfast.
Matt and Molly had one of the
prettiest docks we've ever had.
Jennie, Andrew, and Camille
Playing Ping Pong.
Watch Hayley. She walks over and puts a
ping pong paddle on the ground and says
"You're Welcome" twice! I think I'm the only
one who heard. So cute!
Brent, Davis, Thomas, Craig and Andrew.
Where did all of these little people
Emily, Madison, Laura, Camille and Hayley.
The next generation is reminding the original
siblings how it was when it all began...24 years ago.
"Dynasty." A new competition.
Grandpa Rick and little Andrew.
A sweet pair.
Grandpa counting down for the start of the
"Suck up and hold an M&M on the end of
a straw" game, and carry it to the bowl.
Hayley fishing for weeds.
"Junk in the Trunk"
Kleenex boxes buckled around the waist
with six ping pong balls inside. First
one to jump up and down enough to empty
their Kleenex box wins...then Kris and Ty
just have fun building a different pyramid
after the real stacking game was over.
First one to stack six Ding Dong's on
their forehead without them falling wins.
Well, this is one way to call it even...
And, in conclusion...where else are you
allowed to end the night, and the weekend,
by destroying the pyramid with flying rolls?