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January 22, 2008

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Susan

Awesome blog Robert. It sure looks like a blast. I especially enjoy watching Grandpa 'Peka in the inner tube laughing his butt off!
And the snow falling down, down, down.
Susan

James E. Smith

Great pictures and flicks. It looks like a really great time.
GS

Lynne

As a friend of Beth's who sometimes lurks on your blog (does that make me weird?), it is a treat to see the photos of the Haines girls, Papa Bill Shoemaker and of my pal Chris. Beth and Abbey are fortunate to have you guys as buddies and I know they were glad to have you join them in Utah. Looks like fun!

G. Delores

Sure looks like a fun trip for Tessa and Rob. We froze with below zero temps the whole weekend. We sure like the new computer with the action photo,s and the speed. I'm off to get my hair cut. I hope Susan's tooth is better. MOM H

Michelle

No Bono sightings???? Bummer.
He might have been wearing his 3D glasses from the U2 3D movie their promoting at Sundance!

Looks like fun skiing. We are just trying to keep warm up here!

Michelle

Rob

To clarify on Lynne's question of blog ettiquette (or "blogiquette"):
Lurking on the blog does not make you weird, it just means you have good taste.

Commenting on the blog makes you awesome.

Beth Haines

This morning, I scrolled through the pics for a quick fix before plunging in to my day. Just now, I took my time, read all Rob's text and just wallowed in the memories. The video clip cracks me up. I had no idea the cam-corder was ON. Interesting how Rob switched to Spanish for the caption under the picture of me on skis. I have no clue what it says... Hhmmmm. And Rob, give yourself a break with regard to your cross country skiing ability. You weren't on your butt as much as you are leading blog-o-philes to believe. So glad that Rob and Tessa could join us. What a great time we all had!

Gramma Judy

Looks like a super time was had by all. Too bad the rest of your families could not be there to share in the fun.
Next time perhaps.

How is Tessa's leg? Any more problems? That was too bad.

I am beginning to wonder if you were adopted. It's odd that a child of mine would enjoy the cold and snow so much when I am just the opposite. Give me the beach and sunshine over snow and cold any time. :-)

Glad everything worked out so well and fun was had by all.

Love,
Mom

Zanny

I'm with Michelle. Where are the Bono photos? Glad you had a good time. Congrats on the black run. Impressive.

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