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Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Wordless (nearly) Wednesday - Grandchildren in Utah picking Apricots


Wordless (nearly) Wednesday
Grandchildren in Utah picking Apricots



Today I am sharing a photo of 'current events' with my grandchildren with a really fun picture of apricot picking in the orchard at Capital Reef National Park, in Utah. The photo was taken by our oldest daughter, Annette (not in the photo). She and Larry, far right, above, of course, live just a few miles to the west, where we visited last month. Our grandchildren, Kaylee and Alex, are in front, with their fruit pickers in hand. Their mother, our youngest daughter, Arrion, is behind them. On the left, is Larry's youngest son, Ben (Benjamin), our step-grandson. Arrion's husband, Ben, had left on a short business trip to Oregon. He will rejoin the family in a few days, flying in and out of Salt Lake City, about 3 and 1/2 hours away. The apricots they picked looked really yummy!  ;-)


Families are forever!  ;-)

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