Wednesday, July 16, 2008

4th of July-Vegas style!


There were way too many pictures to put on the blog, so I decided to make a slide show! We had an awesome time in Vegas for the 4th of July. We love spending time with family. It is always a blast to go to Aunt Sue and Uncle Jim's house for the 4th...their pool felt great, the food was excellent and the fireworks were amazing. Maybe I should thank the Moapa Indian Reservation for such a plentiful spread of illegal fireworks...what can I say, the pyrotechnics rocked! We loved spending time with everyone, enjoy the slide show!

8 comments:

Melissa said...

We have some of that illegal stuff from the reservation but we hardly dare use it since San Diego almost burned to the ground last year. Looks like you guys had fun. Do you want to come for dinner this Sunday?

Kelly said...

It looks like you guys had a blast! Ha Ha. I love your family picture. You have a beautiful family. Lucky you to be surrounded by all the boys.

Perry Bunch said...

It was good to see you guys. The boys are getting big. We had a fun time in Vegas to. Sea World was awesome the kids loved it. See you guys in three weeks.

Mom/Grandma Perry said...

Great Slide shows. Ethan looks so unhappy to be in that cheerleading outfit, but Dallin looks happy. Very nice pictures of the day. I really like the captions. Very cool. We had a wonderful time with all of you here and then spending time with you at Sea World was great. I love having my family around. Even if it is hectic, it's great fun. See you in a few weeks for more of that family fun.

Perry Bunch said...

Why the cheerleading picture? It make me look like a dork! love your cheerleading nephew

ckkg said...

ahhh, illegal fireworks! nothing better! haa! i love all the pictures -- everyone is looking sooo cute! the boys are so big!!

Moore Family said...

Did those boys have skirts on? Too funny! Looks like fun!

Great-Grandma said...

Great pictures - we love being with the family - looking forward to the 6th! More memories in the making. Keep up the good work.