Thursday, April 16, 2009

It's Like a Ghost Town Without Your Love

Ok, I know that title doesn't make sense, but it's the only thing I could think of with "ghost town" in it.  Does anyone remember that '80s song?

So, the last day Shannon and company were here, we went to a train park to (what else) take some pictures.  This time of our families, though.  Here's the ones Shannon took of us.
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I just had to snap these ones of the kids playing on the tracks. Don't worry, the train behind them is not in working condition.

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I'm sure this picture will really date Cole when he's an adult because by then phone booths will be non-existent.
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Then I took Shannon's family pictures.  This one's my favorite.  I know, it's only the girls but I still love it.
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Afterwards we went to In-N-Out with Tim's sister and husband and kids.  Nothing like a shake, fries and a movie to make a kid happy.
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Then we drove to a ghost town about an hour away.  It was lots of fun.  Shannon and I spent most of the time taking pictures of things that made letters (to make more signs like my "Lundgren" sign).  Once you start looking for them you find them everywhere.  We saw a fake gun show and and walked by an old mine.  It was fun.
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Shannon loves being behind the camera, so I had to capture it for her.
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Grant and Tim were pretty good sports about the whole lets-take-a-million-gazillion-pictures thing, although they had to act up for a few photos of their own.
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Trying to get them to touch cheeks for a shot.  Not happening.
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We had SOOOO much fun while they were here and can't wait to hang out with them again!

4 comments:

RSP said...

whoa. You weren't kidding there's a lot of photos! They look awesome! It looks like you guys had a blast and that ghost town looks awesome too.

Shannon said...

Cass - I love you so much sister! We had THE BEST time with you guys and I cannot wait to get out there again soon. I hope you won't mind if we overtake your house again! LOVE YOU!!! Thanks for being my best friend. I couldn't ask for better!

love,
me

Kristen said...

I love that big cactus picture. fun to hang out with friends and swap taking pics:) good sports those boys--oh to be married to a photographer.

Bonnie and Brian Wayne said...

My favorit€ pics w€r€ th€ cactus and th€ 3rd family pictur€ down. So cut€!!!