Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Here is some pictures from the top of Fred's mountain looking towards the Tetons.Yes theirs still snow and em is wearing sandals.

But don't let the snow fool you its in the blustery 70s today. Sorry for all you in Oklahoma but i don't miss the heat at all.


Well it started as a dust storm due to the 40mph winds and the sand dunes west of town. Then 4 hours later a fire started by the INL nuclear labotories and
mixed with the sand causing a really cool and scary sky.Look cool huh
But now the down fall the house is full of dust its on everything.

Tuesday, July 13, 2010


Downhill mountain biking is just the sport for me. It is the only sport where fat people have an advantage. I ride a 9.2 mile trail and it takes 20mins you can do the math of how fast I moving.

Saturday, July 3, 2010

New Job and Car

I got a new job at the Grand Targhee Resort. And we also got a new beater and don't worry Emily already called it fugley. But it has low miles and it runs good that's all that matters.

Friday, June 18, 2010

Here are some pictures from em's trip to San Francisco.

Sunday, June 6, 2010

Yellowstone, On free national park weekend oh yea!!! Well Em and I headed up to the park to get out of the house. It has been rainy and cold for the last three weeks.  Well the first picture is the lower fall of the the grand canyon of Yellowstone. 
Well what should i expect it always rains when I camp.
The geyser basin.
A shot as we where leaving the camp grounds.
Em took this picture as she was yelling at be to get away from the edge.

Sunday, May 23, 2010

Day Hike Heise Mountain

Our long day hike. We wanted to go to Yellowstone today but they got a foot of snow last night so we had to stay south. We went up to Heise at about nine this morning. It was cold but clear. We reached the summit at about one and it was sprinkling a little but we found a cool place to camp with a nice fire ring and a flat area for the tent. We were talking about coming back sometime with our overnight packs to camp but then we realized how much that would suck because today we only had our day packs that weigh about 20 lbs. and our overnight packs weigh over 60 lbs.  

We had lunch and rested for about 30 min and was able to take some cool pics of the whole valley. But due to a rain storm approaching in the distance we decided to get a move on and head back down it was a lot faster coming down. We were at the truck and headed home by 5:30. Made it down with out getting wet.  Oh yea!!!
Well got to get rested up for this weekend! We are planing on hiking Yellowstone's back country. We have 4 full days to hike it will be fun hope the weather will corporate if not I always have a back up... Moab anyone? It is the most torturous mountain biking on the planet!!!!