Ok not really. I'm actually rejuvenated. Andrew and I had the pleasure of welcoming his cousins and sister to the wild west for the last two weeks. It was such a delight to have family here. There might not be much to see in Cheyenne (besides us, of course), but it means a lot that family (and friends soon) would take time out of their busy lives and come visit. We feel honored and very grateful.
The first week, Andrew's cousins, Josh and Ryan, were here. This past week, Andrew's sister, Rachel, was here. Within the past two weeks, we've gone skiing, sledding, walked on water (ok so it was frozen), and laughed until it hurt - multiple times.
To end a wonderful two weeks, Andrew and I attended the Cheyenne Symphony last night. Our dear friends from church gave us two tickets to attend "The Magic of Mozart." After the concert, we met up with some other friends (who also attended) for dessert at the lovely Applebees. :)
Here are a few photos from the past two weeks...
|Andrew and Josh|
|The gang in the deep snow|
|Waist deep in snow|
|The soft snow|
|The beautiful Granite Reservoir|
|Standing on the frozen Granite Reservoir|
|Checking out how thick the ice was... ??|
|The frozen reservoir|
|Trying to get back to the side - so slick!|
|Day 1 skiing at Winterpark|
|On the slopes|
|The highest point at Winterpark - 12,060|
|Breathtaking views from so high up|
|At the top of Winterpark|
|The last little hike up to the highest point of the mountains - by about halfway up I was totally out of breath!|
|Rachel's turn to go sledding|
|AJ leading the way|
|Rach and AJ|
|Chilling in the snow|
Well there you have it... pics from our sweet memories.
Happy week to all!