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Pics from trip - granddaughter 2, great-gs #2, great gd, #2 & 3

Thursday, July 28, 2011

Having a nice time on our RV trip - working our way VERY slowly to Minneapolis to meet up with friends. Finally got a (relative) break from the heat in Sioux City. Luckily our alternator on the RV picked Sioux City to go out. We were able to visit with friends who live there and lucked into an awesome shop who was able to get us back on the road the same day and at a VERY fair price.

Here are pictures of: Grandaughter #2 (grandchild #4) 3 of the 7 great-grandchildren. (Number 7 was just born, but sadly, number 5 & 7 belong to a granddaughter who has disowned the whole family after marrying into a family that runs a "cult-like" church).

We took Leo to the Triple A baseball game - his first baseball game.

At the kid's section in the ballpark

Laveya "driving" the RV

Christy and baby

Us with our friends in Sioux City
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    Great pics! Thanks for sharing!!! {{{{hugs}}}}
    3488 days ago
    You have a beautiful family! What a great way to spend summer!

    I'm happy you're spending quality time with them!

    Sorry to hear about the grandkids you don't get to see! I pray she'll come back

    Enjoy your time!
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    3494 days ago
    Fun to look at your pix! i've always wanted an RV...I think! Looks like you enjoy yours:)

    Thanks for stopping by my blog about the Teva shoes.
    3498 days ago
    Lovely pics Kathy I so enjoyed looking at your family! Sorry you have that split in the family, not good I know, is that cult a well known one? Just asking.
    Have a wonderful w/e.
    3501 days ago
    Love your pictures and your RV looks great! Looks like you had a great time. A time to relax and see family! Yeah!!
    Have a good day. Thank you for sharing your pics with us!!
    3503 days ago
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