and the big golden anniversary celebration.
i believe i left off with the bonfire...which was for roasting marshmallows.
unfortunately, the marshmallows melted in the car, so craig's mom carefully pulled them all apart and placed them
on a cookie sheet and put them in the freezer hoping to salvage the little boogers, but the kids had a better idea of what to use them for.
i guess grandma now knows where the marshmallows went. oops!
after everyone recovered from the marshmallow war we threw a party for the happy couple.
i have no idea how we managed to get it done without them knowing...we even made slightly burnt popcorn to mask the cake smell.
on our last day we spent the day at winter park ski resort...they have so much to do, even in the summer when there's no snow anywhere.
we did it over and over.
he had the most hidious looking wounds on his elbow and knee. ...and they still haven't completely healed.
while i pulled out my old school gymnastics skills...andrea tackled the climbing wall.
and we had yummy food every night (with very trendy looking cooks)
( the yummy trout that was caught.)
marilyn spent 1/2 an hour carefully digging this little guy up with nothing but plastic utensils while the fishing was going on...she was very determined to bring back a colorado pine tree.
and never forget...