Trip to the Beach

Saturday, December 06, 2008

Obama comes to Denver

Big D comes to Denver, but they lost :(

On to the Dakota Territory

Korczak Ziolkowski, whom was asked by the Lakota to carve Crazy Horse.

These were the molds used to accurately carve the mountain aces

Some of the guys who carved it

Washington, Jefferson, Roosevelt, Lincoln

Mountain goat

Welcome to the Dakota Territory

Amber & Molly on some mountain somewhere in Colorado

Buck storming the 14er,

Buck eating a donated steak

Saturday, June 07, 2008

It's been 10 months since we've made a blog entry. Lazy? Not really, we're just busy living life and running around. We took a trip to the beach 2 weeks ago, and caught a little on film. Following an email request for some new info, we updated this blog. And we're going to keep it going regularly. Hey, we have the DNC coming to Denver in 2 months, and if there are any riots, I'll promise some great pics!! 

Great Sand Dunes National Park, Colorado

"Hey Molly, Let's ride some sand waves."

Sunday, November 18, 2007


Buck Dog is happy to finally see America. We were too. We decided that living in the west was a good start. Hola, Gateway to West.

Kansas sunsets

And a Colorado welcome sign

Buck hunts squirels

Runs at dog parks

And got a new baby sister named Molly. She's a Border Collie/Blue Heeler mix from Tx.

And yes, we visited South Park.

Tuesday, June 05, 2007

The bad, bad couple refuses to keep up with their blog. But, we've kept a few photos. Welcome to Rajasthan, the western most state in India. Known for it's deserts, this area was home to the Mughal kings for a long time. While here, we visited the Jaipur Palace. But pictured below was our hotel. Yes, we tried out the pool.

We were suprised by a special cake for our 1st anniversery.

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