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Friday, June 09, 2006


Hello from the great Northwest! Remember that the camera adds ten or twenty pounds to anyone wearing a red baseball cap...
Florida folks: the white stuff is SNOW. :)

8 comments:

malissa said...

I thought that the video camera adds 10 lbs, not a digital camera! Are you gonna come back lookin a little more like Mike? :) Miss you guys!

wilcoxfamily said...

OUCH Malissa!! :)

We're SO jealous of the white stuff!! And if Bekah wasn't tempted to jealousy between your visit with the Martins or the horses Aly told her about, this will definitely get her!

Glad you guys are having fun. And even gladder for the drizzle, if it makes you come home! :)

damaris said...

yeah! every FL kid should see snow at least once in thier lifetime.
the kids look so excited.

the wells kids are missing thier friends but we're glad ya'll are having fun.

dawn said...

Rob< Lynette and twenty pounds in tow...
Great pictures! Glad to see you are having fun and that you...Rob...are getting some exercise. Hole digging is cheaper than Bally's you know. We miss you here and we will be on our vacation when you return (Sunny Gulf Shores Al.) where if Dawn isn't careful will look exactly like Bob the Tomato when we return (but much prettier of course).
God bless, We love you, and take care.
Matt and Dawn

Splitter Family said...

Hey swanson family,
I am just catching up with all the data from your trip. Sounds like loads of fun even the hole digging. My kids call projects like that "Mom's therapy" because everyone "plays" no exception and there is always plenty of jokes and jabs to go with the job.We miss you all and look forward to your return.
The Splitter Family

Splitter Family said...

I am not sure which is more intertaining your blog or everyone elses comments.

Brian Wells said...

TV adds 10 pounds. Cheap miniDV video cameras add 10 pounds.
Digital Cameras add 0 pounds.

What camera was this picture taken with?

P.S. Margaritas add 20 pounds, especially when consumed at higher elevations... They were designed for sea level.

Rob said...

It was a... a... miniDV video camera... with a special magnifying lens on it... yeah, that's the ticket...