A little slice of the Idaho Potato

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It has been a fun and crazy two weeks, my friends: Four full days in Idaho meeting Vilai’s family and having a crazy Fourth of July, two days of travel, four full days in Panama City, FL, followed by a day of travel and three days of work! (Whew!). But I have a day off today, and I promised to tell you guys about Idaho, the land of potatoes.

Idaho was awesome.

The visit involved a lot of chill time with Vilai and his incredible family,

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DSCN2254 DSCN2253A lot of tasty food (but oddly, no potatoes…),

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They bought Vilai a cake (from Costco, so huge) at one of the house shows he played. So Sweet! Literally.

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Uncle Dave making some kick-butt teriyaki kebabs.

A lot of singing,

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I’ve been working on my facial expressions whilst singing… am I getting better?

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(yes. I took this artistic photo)

a lot of beautiful views,

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Vilai’s cousins sold this special edition shirt for Melba Fourth of July. I have one. You don’t. Be jealous. (if you want info on their printing company, just ask me!)

DSCN2251 11659433_1023854557625760_1673538660243491698_nI hope these pictures give you some insight as to what Idaho wasΒ like for me. I tried to journal, but only kept it up for one day (FAIL.).

I will write that one days journal entry in a different post, so I don’t overload you with words. Afterall, don’t you have some laundry you should be doing?

When I got back from Idaho, two beautiful girls picked me up from the Atlanta airport.

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This is Autumn. She’s the best! Besides Chaela, who is not pictured

The three of us hung out in Atlanta till the late night, and had a great drive home. The next day I hopped on a charter bus with 39 highschoolers to go to Panama City, Florida. But that is a story for another day, because let’s be honest- it might be me who needs to do laundry.

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9 thoughts on “A little slice of the Idaho Potato

  1. That cake really IS huge! thank you Costco huh lol! πŸ˜„πŸ˜„

    With the hot weather we’ve all been getting, that Lake water must of been super refreshing huh?

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