Wednesday, February 28, 2007

Mr. Silas Don Lobmeyer

9:54 AM 2/28/2007
7lb 6 oz 20 in

Tuesday, February 27, 2007


Yesterday Jonas and Lucy stopped by to play, and tommorrow Anna gets a new friend and cousin!
Tommorrow: Silas Pics.

Friday, February 23, 2007

Water Water Everywhere...

Lake Thompson
Lake Ingleside
TV RoadYou shouldn't try to cross gulleys with an ATV on board. (Don't worry Anna wasn't with us)


You know who you are...

Thursday, February 15, 2007

FCC Praise
Dance and Fellowship

First Christian Church, Garden City
Live Music:
8-11 PM

Plymell Winter Blast
Plymell School
Live Music:
Free Admittance
6-9 PM

An Evening with Anna In Four Short Acts.

Act I



Act IV

Tuesday, February 06, 2007


We now own one half section of Gray County farmland.

Sunday, February 04, 2007

Gratuitous Moments of Cuteness.

Mark: Myth no more.

Jairus turns 4.


Anna's snow outfit was a little top heavy...

Abby turns 12.

After 10.5 days without power, our oven's error message seemed a little superfluous.

In which I say goodbye to Oregon for another year.

Apparently pool isn't my game.
And Jeanette was worried about us not having gone to see Crater Lake.

In which I get a hamburger.

Since Mom, Betsy, and Anna returned to Kansas a couple of days before me, I decided that I would like to get a hamburger on my last full day on the west coast. Since I had already traveled well over a thousand miles to get to Medford, the extra 149 miles to get a hamburger did not seem like that big of a deal.

This is Mt. Shasta.
This is my magic trick where I make Mt. Shasta disappear.

The city of Redding,California, while being home to the northernmost In N Out Burger in the world, is also home to the Sundial bridge. This bridge is a stunning example of thrifty government spending as it not only serves as a much needed river crossing for the bustling foot traffic in the city, but also as a functional timepiece, provided it is 21 June between 11 AM and 3 PM.


If you've never visited Jeanette and Eric, you should know that they live under near permanent cloud cover. This is a shot on top of the Siskiyou pass before descending back into the darkness.
We got the tires rotated before our trip.