Wednesday, March 01, 2006

Last week

Here's a pictoral sample of last week's events here on the homefront:

Tubing at Mt. Baker - Saturday the 17th.
Went up to Baker for the day with our church Young Peoples.

Brian gaining a few inches of air

Ruth arrived from Ontario the day before.

Whidbey Island - Monday the 20th

A visit to the beach with Ruth and Jackie.

Climbing the bluff.

Tuesday - Lake Whatcom

Saturday - Port Townsend
Ruth and I headed across the water with Steve and Laurie (her sister) and their four kids.

Steve (holding Joel) and Ruth on the ferry.

Sidewalk artist.

Marie and Joel riding the 50 cent carousel


Grandpa and Grandma, just before leaving.

Mom took us out to dinner at the Olive Garden before we left for SeaTac.
<< Home 9 Comments:
Blogger Mountain Mama said...

Wow! I was so surprised to see you had visited my hometown, Bellingham.
You took some nice photos of the mountain & Lake Whatcom. I live in the Fairhaven district.
Where do you live, really?

10:17 PM, March 01, 2006  
Blogger Mark R said...

Officially I reside in Lynden.

10:44 PM, March 01, 2006  
Blogger Crystal said...

Great pics Mark.. Looks like you all had a wonderful time. Will look forward to meeting her next time she comes. That photo of your grandparents is really good.

7:35 AM, March 02, 2006  
Anonymous Ruth said...

No pictures of your party unfortunately :( Did anyone get any?

8:56 AM, March 02, 2006  
Blogger Nathan said...

Hey Bro,

Thanks a bunch for posting those photos. They're grrrrreat!


9:08 AM, March 02, 2006  
Blogger Gloria said...

*sigh* I totally missed out on the snow. But great pictures anyway.

9:22 AM, March 02, 2006  
Blogger Joshua said...

It looks like a dire situation for Brian with the tree...I'm assuming he is actually moving to the left more than it appears! That is neat that Ruth was able to come down and over! We're finished with the two weeks of Texas winter and now back up to almost 80 degrees...yay ;)

11:29 AM, March 02, 2006  
Blogger CelloChic said...

And you were saying that you disliked the certain atmosphere of youth conferences because why?

3:14 PM, March 02, 2006  
Blogger Mark R said...


First - let me compliment you on your long memory. :) Second - the context of my statement was very specific--is that "certain atmosphere" a distraction from the bigger picture many times. My answer was, and still is, yes.

5:05 PM, March 02, 2006  

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