Saturday, September 29, 2007
Conner at Grandma Rose's house at the "September birthdays" party.
I love foot.
Foot foot foot...Hey, what's that thing?
Conner likes to count his money. I guess this is something he does every day.
Aeries had her 6-month photos taken. Here's one of her and her wonderful Mommy, Stacie.
Here is Cousin Quinn after his first haircut. What a handsome boy, huh?
Lane recorded tracks for the new Andy Werth EP. The 2 tracks he played on won't appear on the new EP but might be released on a single later.
Thursday, September 20, 2007
Saturday, September 15, 2007
Thursday, September 13, 2007
Every other year the Humpies (aka Dog Salmon) run up the rivers to spawn and 2007 is a Humpy year. Humpys aren't good eating...they are called Dog Salmon because the Indians used to feed them to their dogs. There are thousands of them and they are easy and fun to catch. Last week Kevin and their friend and fishing guide Rob took Conner Humpy fishing.
Rob helping Conner land a Humpy. Kevin passing along some of his fishing expertise to Conner. Showing off a prize catch. Wheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee! A longstanding NW fishing tradition.... "Toss the youngest fisherman overboard".
Sunday, September 9, 2007
Wednesday, September 5, 2007
Saturday, September 1, 2007
Today was a fabulous day. Our friends Brian and Nadine Behrend flew us up to Friday Harbor for lunch. Brian even let Sylvia and I fly for a while! It was really amazing to leave Arlington at 2:00, fly south and do a loop around Seattle and then continue up to Friday Harbor, sightsee and have a leisurely lunch...all that and still make it back before dark. It makes us want to get pilot's licenses and do this ourselves.... it really does!
Abraham Lincoln at the Port of Everett Bill Gates' House The Ballard Locks Seattle and Mount Rainier Edmonds Ferry Dock Sylvia at the controls. She is a natural. Lunch in Friday Harbor Lane at the controls. Notice the deathgrip and profuse sweating. Deception Pass Bridge San Juan Islands Nadine and Brian with Mike the Airplane