This is one of my girls doing what I called the "Bug Spray Dance." There were tons of mosquitoes and so the girls were constantly spraying themselves with repellant. I think we went through three or four cans. In the other shots of her you can see the spray actually coming out - you know how action shots are, you get what you get.
In San Fran we went to the Legion of Honor Museum. It's free the first Tuesday of the month so we took advantage. We LOVED all the Rodin. I highly recommend visiting there. We spent a lot of time posing for cheesy pictures in the courtyard, though, before going in. Don't worry, we didn't have strangers take the pictures, the brother and family came along and did their own cheesy posing. This is our favorite. Notice Bret's cuffed jeans. He felt silly when at the end of the day he noticed he hadn't uncuffed them. He does that in the morning when he's walking around the house barefooted, so the jeans don't drag on the ground. Then when he puts his shoes on he's supposed to uncuff them - but unfortunately he doesn't always remember.
Nearby the Legion of Honor Museum was a really great park. Here's Stephen's family having a great time. Later he wore the pink hat. I think he was the only father who could get away with playing on the equipment with his girls while wearing a pink hat.
On our way back to Sacramento we stopped by the Oakland Temple and did a session. Loved it! This time we did bug a stranger to help us out.
I'm afraid I didn't take very many interesting photos after that. We did more visiting - going back to the bay and then back to Sacramento. We have great family! The Sun Oven I wrote about in earlier posts was one of my best souvenirs! I made more bread in it, different recipe, that has more rise to it and it also came out great. Loving it! Plus the proceeds from the sale of it go to helping people in less developed countries have them. I remember from my Sub-Saharan Africa Geography class in college that having enough fuel is a major issue.
Okay, well I need to get to bed now. Hope Mom enjoys all the photos!