Friday, July 26, 2013

Cole's Farewell

Just Navy and I got to sneak away to San Ramone for my nephew, Cole's, farewell.

Navy & Norah finally reunited!

walking around in San Fran

Prettiest Mushrooms I have ever seen.

We spent a few hours just lounging at walking around The America Cup venues.

Chris made a new friend while we were there....a hobo.

sharing snacks

Almost all the cousins...missing Crew, Hudson and Lucy.

We're going to miss our Cole!!

On Saturday we went back into the city and my mom, dad and I decided to take the BART in. Tate and Max wanted to join us...

A yummy yummy burger spot found by Joe.

the kids loved China town. We had a little too much fun with the "poppers"

Cole's Farewell. His talk was amazing! This boy is going to one great missionary!! France is so Lucky!!!

these two are the cutest.

Navy with her boyfriend, Chris. She's a little obsessed.

We love you Cole!

We came outside and found my dad and brother standing EXACTLY alike. Like Father, like son.

Cole with his babies. These two are going to be the most different when he comes home.

Queen Navy.

Navy with her other favorite, Paige!
Navy and I were lucky enough to fly up to San Ramone, CA to attend my nephew Cole's farewell. It was so nice to have almost everyone together. I wish we all lived so much closer. 
We flew in on Friday morning and went straight into the city and met up with everyone else at Super Dooper for the best burgers. We then walked probably 6 miles and stopped at fun things all along the way. We probably spent about 2 hours at the America's Cup looking at the boats, demos and lounging on the outdoor love sacks. 

Saturday we went back into the city but this time my mom, dad, max, tate and navy and I took the BART in. It was so quick and easy. The kids loved it too! We first went and ate lunch at a little burger place Joe found which was AMAZING! Juiciest burger I've ever had! Then we spent about two hours in China Town. Rick was punking everyone with the "Poppers" for about three hours all throughout the city and we had some good laughs! 
Sunday was Cole's farewell. In the morning we helped Kelly get everything ready at their house for the luncheon that was following Cole's farewell at the church. Cole did such a great job on his talk and is going to be the best missionary that France, Lyon has ever seen. We already miss you a lot Cole!

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