I wish I had a better picture of Jameson's "set-up" but trust me, he was one happy kid. Endless Backyardigans and Little Einsteins, the one problem with the DVD mount was when Jameson got bored he tried to rest his feet on it. Needless to say, it wasn't built to have a little kid kicking it around, so the DVD player ended up sitting on the console anyway.
We stopped for the night in Provo, UT, since we had already booked reservations it was no biggie, but in hind-sight we could have made it all the way to Twin Falls. Which is where we stopped on Sunday to visit our friends David and Lisa Heida. They graciously hosted us at their beautiful home, showed us Shoshone Falls and then cooked an amazing dinner. David can mix a very good drink and Jameson loved Lisa! She brought out all her toys she uses as a speech therapist, and Jameson was so happy to play. Good times were had by the Archer clan! It was great for Kevin and David to catch up over the past few years and reminisce a bit about the "old days." They even offered to host the Archer clan + our three cavaliers on our way back. Ha ha, we told them they didn't know what they were getting into, but their Basset hounds, Abby and Beau would make Leopold, Lulu and Lexi feel very welcome we are certain! Thanks again guys for such a fun day!
Our amazing hosts: David, Lisa and their Bassets Abby and Beau
On Monday we headed towards Kennewick, WA to visit my sister, Tracy, BIL, Jeff and our two nephews Zach and Jake, who were really excited to see "baby" Jameson.
I convinced him to give it a try
Then went back to mowing the lawn in his speedo, which reminds me of Kevin's back tenant from San Diego who also used to garden in a speedo. Hee hee.