Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Kambrie 2.5

I cant do it!
Woah its dark in here when shes is outside
When the suns up?
Kai doed it
But I yike it
Is into everything and really busy. I can hardly keep up with her and her messes
Shreds paper, smashes things on the floor, throws all her toys out but always has the biggest grin when she gets in trouble

Likes to talk on the phone and says hellllllooooo?

Loves animals, favorite sound to make is a Walrus

Needs 4 blankets tucked around her little face, toes covered and a blanket folded into a pillow at night

Is quiet the little climber

Thinks Mac is her best buddy
Loves music and dances all over the place
Started pooping and taking off her diaper.  Sick! (no worries no picture for that one)
She is fearless and adventurous

Always wants to cuddle ...says can I cuddle with yoooou??!

Knows her colors in English and Spanish
Loves Moms makeup

Loves ice cream and whenever we are out she says ...lets get ice cream!!

Saturday, July 20, 2013

Day Route 66-Oatman, Az

Oatman began as a tent camp soon after two prospectors struck a $10 million gold find in 1915, though the area had been already settled for a number of years. Wild burros  roam the town and can be hand-fed carrots and "burro chow," both readily available in all the stores in town. The town has the an old west feel, dirt roads and stores line the streets.

Oatman was perfect for both these two little animal lover girls of mine...these cute guys walked right up to our car and stuck their head into our car in search of food.

Justin was freaked out about that it was pretty funny.

It was a great time to go because their were tons of babies and they are the cutest ones! They were so sweet and let all the kids pet them... and chase them around.

and scare the crap out of them

My favorite part was the babies and stickers they put on all the babies heads and talking with the locals about the town....old towns like this intrigue me.

This must have been an interesting stop when Route 66 was at its busiest. It was definitely a different and enjoyable town.

Route 66- Seligman, AZ

This was the stop I have most looked forward to. The town Radiator Springs from the movie Cars was based off of this town. It was a gem. The people were great, the little shops and full of souvenirs  quirky mannequins and eclectic memorabilia. They have done an excellent job collecting and keeping this town a MUST SEE on the Route 66!
My cool cats

 The Snow Cap did not disappoint. The whole family / staff was hilarious.

 Macie asked for a cone and she gave her a orange caution cone .

She then created a new item and promised they would name it after her.
The Macie Cone....Vanilla ice cream with pineapple. It was a hit!
 Look how cute the cones are ... and this little Jojo aint too bad either!

This town was full of great things to see and they even had a parade midday with all the unique and restored vintage cars in the town.

Each shop was packed with goodies and old memorabilia

Thursday, July 18, 2013

Route 66 Albuquerque NM, Day 3

Today we went up to the top of the city on the tram on the Sandia Peak. 

The tramway is 2.7 miles long and cables are supported by only two towers between the terminals.  Tower One is located at an elevation of 7,010 feet is 232 feet tall.  Tower One leans at an18 degree angle to evenly support the cables between the lower terminal and tower two.  As a result, the top of Tower One is offset more than 70 feet our from the center of the tower base.

Kamb holding on for dear life....
Checking out the gorgeous view...

On the way down...

  and took a couple detours to some famous Breaking Bad sites.

Signs along the way...