First we had a handful that could only come on Friday morning. This is a great time for train rides and conveniently mother nature cooperated. We had a great time. The more little ones the better. The following Monday we had FHE at Broulims. You never go to Broulims without eating, and eating we did. Sister Broulim cooked up scones and honey butter (find the recipe under When the Bishop cooks"), with Brother Broulim taking care of the corn. We also had all the trimmings for Navaho Tacos, Yummy. (the salsa recipe can also be found under When the Bishop Cooks).
We ate, swapped babies, talked, laughed, hugged and basically the Beazers had their well of love filled. They were getting severely dry.
It was so nice to see and visit with so many former members. Not everyone knew each other as this spanned all three years we served in the BYU-I 67th Ward.
It always great to share our successes, our failures, our cute baby stories and mostly our memories.
Remember it was a FHE so we had a singing activity for the little ones (THANKS Jenna). They fished for songs.
Little children love to sing, they really know their songs.
The adults took time to play a little ball. What are the odds that the same tree would eat the volley ball bought to replace the one it ate last time we played at Broulims?)
Adventures were to be had as the play house was explored. What a cute kitchen. The comment was often heard "this is nicer than my apartment." (have to brag, the bishop built the kitchen and had a lot of fun doing it.)
To get to the play house you have to cross a very dangerous footbridge. Luckily the water over the ditch was shallow and pride would have been the greatest damage.
Along with the playhouse comes the zipline. Even Brother Wilding tried it out. Fun, Fun, Fun.
A last minute volleyball game. The old folks where sore, sore, sore the next day.
The last of the get together was back as Beazerville on Satuday. Not many came but those that did enjoyed train rides and food.
Boys will be boys. They found the bike and decided to ride it, but mostly they just got a good workout.
The little boys had to ride the train every spare moment, even when putting it away for the night. They loved it.