Our lovely Thanksgiving Lunch! We had the dinner cooked, devoured, and cleaned up by 1:00! The boys ran in the Gobble Wobble at 10:30 and the girls got everything ready. Eric came in 3rd overall in the 2 mile run and came home with a pumpkin pie. Andy and Brian ran the 4 mile race and Peter and Eric ran the 2 mile race.
This year Andy's birthday happens to fall on Thanksgiving Day. We put candles in his Coconut Cream Pie.
He got lots of nice presents including a bluetooth speaker for his phone, powerade, pringles, beef jerky, chocolate, cereal, and a BYU Football memorabilia book.
The family humored me and we took a quick little history jaunt in the afternoon. I've been typing in a lot of oral histories of this area at work and I recently read one that was about a very small town called Neiber. It was a stage coach station from the early 1900s until Mary Neiber's death in 1923, but quickly faded away by the time the railroad came through. I had the GPS coordinates of a small cemetery, which was all that was left and it was only about 15 minutes outside of town. So we put the coordinates into Google Maps and drove away. We found it on top of a hill. It was a short hike to the top of the hill and we had to dodge millions of small cacti. It was a beautiful view of the stark landscape from the top.
This past week Lucy has started her basketball season. Brian helped coach the first two games as the coach was out of town. They look pretty good and have won 2 out of their 3 games so far.
|Lucy in motion shooting the ball during warm ups before the game with Brian watching.|