Saturday, August 18, 2012

Vegas: Part 3

   This is Part 3 of our Trip to Vegas.  Click here for Part 1 and here for Part 2.   These next photos are from our trip back home.  We left Vegas on February 10th.  We went by the Hoover Dam and the Grand Canyon on our way home.  We arrived back in Oklahoma on February 11th.  We were gone for exactly a week and had a wonderful time.  We missed my babe and were so glad to see him.
Rocky Mountains

Rocky Mountains

Rocky Mountains

  Yes, I realize that this is just 3 different pictures of the Rocky Mountains but they are so breath-takingly beautiful.  It was our first time to see these for real and were in awe of them.  It just another way we see God's Hands in our world.  

   Why do I not have any photos of the Grand Canyon or Hoover Dam you may ask?  Because I was SUPER sick on the way home.  My stomach was hurting so bad I could barely drive.  I wanted to just be in a fetal position and moaning in a corner but I had to drive instead.  This is how bad I was the time, the Grand Canyon and Hoover Dam did not impress me.  I think my exact words were "It's just a big hole in the ground" about the Grand Canyon.
    Please do not write me hate mail.  The boys were impressed and loved seeing them.  I was just very cranky and miserable and hope to return someday to get to enjoy the beauty of them for real.

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  1. What a shame you were sick on your trip. I was lucky enough to fly over the Hoover Dam and then visit the Grand Canyon - and I was more impressed with the Hoover Dam...

    Hope you have a good week.

    PS Thanks you so much for following Carole's Chatter. Cheers

    1. Carole, hopefully we can go again sometime. This time with my hubby too!

  2. The pictures are really beautiful. You feel so small when seeing these.

  3. What lovely pictures. Keep up the positive attitude you are great!


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