Thursday, April 23, 2009

Please Come!

The Principles of Liberty: 28 Principles That Have Changed the World

taught by

Bill Norton

member of the NCCS
{National Center for Constitutional Studies}

*Learn the fundamental principles of Liberty in the tradition of the Founding Fathers
*Learn the Founder's "Freedom Formula" for freedom, prosperity, and peace
*Learn where the Founding Fathers got their ideas for sound government and how a return of these ideas can solve our nation's problems today.

This seminar will follow

The 5000 Year Leap

text written by author and master teacher

Dr. W. Cleon Skousen

The seminar is $25 per person or $40 per couple
It includes the free book (The 5000 Year Leap) and snacks or lunch!

One seminar is available 4 consecutive Tuesday evenings
June 9th, 16th, 23rd & 30th
from 7-9pm

or

Saturday July 18
8am - 4:30pm

These will be held in the east valley with the location TBD based on registration numbers.

There is also one in the west valley on Saturday June 27th

You can register and pay online at
http://www.constitutionweekusa.com/liberty/

Please email principlesofliberty@yahoo.com with any questions!

**If you are interested in coming but can't make one of these or would like to schedule one in a different location let me know**

Tuesday, April 21, 2009

oh yes...

October 20th
{I think I'm more excited than Benson is}


Friday, April 17, 2009

In case there was any question...


This week

Our flowers are finally blooming!

Monday, April 13, 2009

This weekend Benson and I had a new adventure...
Whitewater Rafting
It got exciting before we even arrived at the river since on the way up it started to look like this...

{yes, that's snow - this was taken just before it actually started snowing again}
As I'm sure you can imagine we were a little nervous since all we took to wear was swim suits, board shorts, and a couple of hoodies.
Luckily, they took care of us with wetsuits, wool sweaters, rain coats, and booties.

{Looking good in our gear!}

It was FREEZING but stil fun and totally worth it.

We went 11 miles down the river through rapids up to level 4 {the highest they go is 5}
After this we are totally ready to hit some hardcore rapids in Colorado!!
It made us a little nervous at first to see that you sit on the SIDE of the raft to row rather than safely on the inside...but by the end we got really comfortable.
I even "rode the bull" on our last rapid where you sit on the nose of the raft and hold onto a rope for dear life.
It was awesome... we're pretty much pro's now.
Just as the rafting ended and we got on the bus to head back to our cars the sun came out and we got to see a little of this...


and one of these...

{the crazy part - the rainbow is from the same stretch of highway as the first picture with all the snow}


We'll post the "action shots" once we get them developed!

If you ever get a chance to go - we highly recommend it.
Especially if it's all paid for!
{thanks HP!}

Sunday, April 12, 2009