Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Did you say DINOSAUR?

A couple weekends ago we drove to dinosaur land. Vernal, UT is known for being dinosaur land.
We are fortunate enough to live here. We have been here for one year and never took the time to see the Dinosaur National Monument. So, we drove seven miles and hiked to see the dinosaur bones.
It was an easy hike and a lot of fun. My kids were able to do it easy. It is such beautiful country out here. Kayci and Clarissa had so much fun pretending that the dinosaurs were there with us.
John had fun being on an Indiana Jones adventure trying to catch the dinosaur.
We drove around and found a beautiful camping spot that we will for sure be staying at this summer. It is right a long the Green River.
It so fun to see what was created for us to enjoy.
Have a great day and go find a spot to enjoy!!!

6 comments:

Cherie said...

Hi Janice - How fun that you live in Vernal. My brother and his family lived there for about 2 years and then had a job change.
While they lived there we visited and we loved visiting this Dinosaur Park - it is really cool!
We also love the little Temple there - it is so pretty and unique.

I can tell you came over from Sandra's blog because I saw your floating "D" down below - ha ha. I will soon have a floating "B"!!

Thanks for visiting my blog. It will be fun to get to know you :D

Small House said...

HEY...You found an Indiana Jones hat? Mike looks pretty good in it!!!

Fun, fun outing. Your kids have such large imaginations. LOVE IT!
Sandra

QuiltedSimple said...

That looks like such fun - and lovely weather too from the looks of it.
Kris

Small House said...

Poor Kayci. Yep, Beth's been sick for 3 weeks. I took her in yesterday after work. We thought she had strep too. She didn't. They are treating her for a sinus infection. BLAH!

Good luck with Kayci.
Sandra

Bobbi Jo said...

What a fun trip. My kiddos would love that. What great memories you are making for your children. Hugs, Bobbi Jo

The Blonde Duck said...

That's so cool. I loved dinosaurs when I was little. Weird, but true!