Monthly Archives: February 2018
I love it!
On our last day in Chiang Mai we almost went back to the Phoenix Tree Top Park for a second day because it was so great. At the last minute we decided to try something new for us. It was pretty awesome.
We drove to a treetop adventure park today. It was awesome! The boys did the 29 obstacles on the right hand side of the map. Blake had to wear this stylish hair net under the helmet. Many new and exciting elements!
Hello elephants! We spent a gorgeous day with these beauties. We cut up some pumpkins to feed the elephants. Scott got a big smooch from one of our new friends. Blake enjoyed washing them in the river. We all did. We fed them, and walked with them. And chilled out with them.
Just a few folks made it to the waterpark today. No lines, no people. Yet it was 34 degrees C! Fun for us! Blake alone in the wave pool. Chilling on the tube. My two loves on the water slide. Riding those waves. Always a huge fan of the lazy river. In the wave pool. … Continue reading
It’s Chinese New Year and I’m on vacation with my favourite two guys. To begin our holiday we completely (almost) unplugged and headed north of the city to treehouse where we stayed for 2 days and nights. It was rustic and gorgeous and peaceful and relaxing. We cycled to some red dunes. Very sketchy bikes, … Continue reading
I found this on Mr Anderson’s blog. I learned a little bit about this boy. The large red triangle means he sees himself as ‘glass is half full’ kind of guy. The black, boxy C shape means he’s a cat person. Sorry dude. No cats for us. The dots along the bottom tell you his … Continue reading
Months ago SAS had the Cardboard Challenge. It’s a day devoted to building, creating, designing and having fun with cardboard. Just last week, our marketing department shared this vid with me. Skip ahead to 42 seconds if you like. Scott even makes a brief appearance later on in the show!
The weekend after Blake’s b-day was a huge one for us. It was our First Lego League Jr Expo organized by me. Last year was 22 participants + about 15 attached adults. This year was almost 100 participants + at least 1 adult, but often 2 adults and siblings. It was so many people. It … Continue reading