First couple of days in April were spent at Disneyland.
We were celebrating Pam’s birthday and to see our granddaughter, Jessie sing.
The funny thing was the lady at Guest Relations who put “2013” on her Happy Birthday Button !
Granddaughter Jessie in the middle of this picture.
. . . and more pictures at the Disneyland Resort.
Pam and Jessie on Mater’s Junkyard Jamboree.
Inside the self-guided tour of Sleeping Beauty’s Castle.
Sculpted Ficus trees at the entrance to
It’s a Small World.
April 12, we went to a Health Expo in Spanish Fork. While there, we met up with a couple (they had a booth selling essential oils), and after talking for a while, they were interested in learning how to make Kombucha. We invited them over and he video captured the whole process.
I planted some tomatoes, peppers, broccoli, etc. on the 10th. Our last frost date in Utah is May 14th. I looked at the 10 day forecast and no signs of frost. Well, of course, we had a hard freeze on the 13th and I lost most of the plantings !
Granddaughter Kennedy is staying with us during the summer semester at BYU, and we ended going to many yard sales, garage sales, and a flea market. We got some crazy good deals.
We traveled to Arizona for grandson, Parker’s High School graduation on the 22nd-23rd. Parker with girlfriend Tori.
Parker with his family.
We ended up bringing Addison, Kameryn and Jackson (front row) back to Utah for a few weeks. Oh, and Kennedy too !
Another quick trip to Disneyland at the end of the month.
Was extra crowded and lines were long !
An insane 3 hour wait to meet and greet princesses from the movie Frozen. And NO we didn’t wait in that line !
Space Mountain was closed for refurbishment, dang !
Sadly new pricing went into effect before we got there, again . . . . Not a problem as our annual passes are good for a few more months.
We made a 45 minute drive to the Moroni Turkey Outlet (Norbest) and got to see lots of sheep on the way home. Didn’t see one turkey !
We bought through mail order, 2 lemon and 2 lime trees. We will need to bring them in for the winter. We’ll see in a few years if it is possible to grow these in Utah.
We had Pam’s brother stay with us for a week in the middle of the month and we also attended two funerals that same week.
Replanted garden doing great !
We decided to clean out and stage a yard sale on the 28th.
Sale started at 7:00 am, the weather was perfect and we sold a bunch of stuff! We bought a tube slide 10 years ago at another yard sale for $5.00 and sold it for $20 !
I made these signs to place around town, taped them to apple boxes and placed a heavy rock inside each box. The city is not happy with the taping of yard sale signs on city property.
Made our annual trip to see the hot air balloons at the Provo Freedom Festival . . . and then at the last minute, decided to watch the Provo Parade .Estimated between 300 and 400 thousand in attendance at the Parade.
Kameryn and Kennedy
Wishing everyone a wonderful summer !