Friday, December 28, 2007

Brigham City Folkman's Christmas

Greetings from all 21 of us to the rest of the Folkman Families. -- First time my family has all been together for Christmas in a long time, and of course Adam and Shala's Robert G. hadn't been there at all in the past. Thanks to everyone for coming and for your help with the wonderful dinner. We had a great time.
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Friday, December 21, 2007

A Christmas Story

Merry Christmas!

Hi Family!

We're leaving in the morning for Utah. We're all looking forward to it. The kids can't wait to spend the holidays with all the grandmas and grandpas and cousins. I still haven't seen Adam and Shala's new baby, so I'm looking forward to that. Most of all, it will be nice for Troy and I to have some time off from work and be with the kids.

Hope you all have a happy and safe Christmas!

Troy, MaryAnne & Kids

Monday, December 10, 2007

Grandpa and Grandma Hunter

Here's a recently found picture of Grandpa and Grandma Hunter taken on March 7, 1969.

Friday, December 7, 2007

Merry Christmas!

One of my mission companions had this posted on her blog, and I laughed so hard--it was adorable. So here we are, Shane Carrie & Emma, the Christmas elves...dancing away.

Click HERE, and wait for the fun... :)

Thursday, December 6, 2007

Back From Mexico

Jake here. It's been a while since I've blogged, but I just got back from a few days in Mexico with AJ's brothers and her dad. We drove down Baja California into a little fishing village called Erendira. We did some fishing, diving, surfing, blowing stuff up with M-80s and shooting Roman Candles at each other. Here are a few photos from the trip. I'll post a video of me in a parachute tied to the back of a pickup truck later.

These are from the day we spent fishing.

This is a taco shop. We ate loads and loads and loads of fish tacos. Very tasty.

This is where I took the best dump of my life. You just can't beat that view while taking care of business. It's actually several images I Photoshopped together into a vertical panorama.