Monday, September 29, 2008

Telluride Weekend

Suzie's sister got married on September 20th in Telluride, Colorado. She came from Samoa for this event. This is Suzie and Kye on the gondola ride up to the top of the mountain at Telluride. They both looked wonderful!
Here they are at the top of the mountain.
Suzie and Kye came back to Denver with Kent and I for a few days. On our drive home we stopped at the Grand Canyon of the Gunnison and looked around. It was beautiful.

This is Suzie's family (oops, Natalie isn't in this picture). It's Reagan, Suzie, Carl, Boonie, Cindy, Sid, Mimi and Jessica. See more pictures on Nathan and Suzie's blogspot. It was so fun to see all the family together.
This is the little stud muffin (minus the tie courtesy of Kent). He has grown so much. He was so much fun to play with. He "talks" a lot, climbs a lot, giggles and is lots of fun. We loved having Kye and Suzie with us for a few days.

Monday, September 22, 2008

Lions Den Updates!

Roger, Connie, Paul and I were all at the Lions Den on Thursday and Friday this last week. The updates have been completed. Now we just had to clean and organize. Thanks to Connie and Brian for their push and vision to make these beautiful improvements. You can see a few pictures here of the updated granite countertops in the kitchen and bathrooms, as well as new floors in the kitchen and master bathroom.

It really is beautiful.

Thursday, September 18, 2008

Japanese Gardens finished!

The rocks have now been added to make the ponds complete. It looks beautiful. The rocks represent water, and it is much safer, less maintenance, and No Algae!
The new granite stone lantern looks beautiful overlooking the lower pond. The bridge had it's lower cement carved away.
The water now runs down into the rocks and is recycled. It looks beautiful. You should come and see it!

Dave's room

We have changed the look in Dave's bedroom. Here's the new look. I made a headboard, we painted the wall green and yellow, and we got new pictures for the walls. I also made a valence for the windows. It looks really cool!