Coming soon to hillfamily.net — way too many pictures of Paris and Versailles!
In the meantime, please enjoy this short video:
This is the third of three videos from our time last week in California. After four years of putting business expenses on the Disney Visa, we finally had enough points for one(!) day at Disneyland. Here’s some video of our kids hating roller coasters.
Sister and brother
Reunited with childhood favorites
Ready to go
Strollers gather at the Matterhorn
Poncho on Splash Mountain
Splash Mountain reaction
Princess is done
The line to get in
Totally worth the line, I’m told
It’s a Small World
With Lord Vader
Serious about hotel tv
The little guy was happy to start Matterhorn – it didn’t last.
Another Splash Mountain photo
Splash Mountain survivors
Big Thunder Mountain Railroad
About to Splash down the Mountain
Splash Mountain photo
Video #2 from last week’s trip to San Diego and Disneyland. This one features Mission Beach, Cabrillo National Monument, the seals of La Jolla, the Mormon Battalion historical monument, and the San Diego temple.
Mormon Battalion Historic Site
Beach in La Jolla
Lighthouse at Cabrillo National Monument
San Diego LDS Temple
View from Cabrillo
Cabrillo National Monument
Lighthouse at Cabrillo
Don’t Boogie Board Please
Lifeguard monument at La Jolla
San Diego Temple
The San Diego Zoo is a big one. And expensive. It’s cool, but not three-times-more-expensive-than-other-zoos cool. We’re bigger fans of The Atlanta Zoo, especially the bird show. All the same, here are some of the fun creatures we saw.
The original video had Bob Dylan’s Man Gave Names to All the Animals as its soundtrack (and it was perfect!), but YouTube didn’t like it and muted the sound. This second attempt uses a cover of Simon & Garfunkel’s At the Zoo and Saint-Saëns’ Parade of the Animals.
Seals in the sun
Sky tram – San Diego
Sky tram – San Diego
Seals in ice
Our neighbors started a big snowman this afternoon and most of the street joined in by the time it reached its full 16 feet and 1 inch. Time-lapse video:
KSL Story: Utah neighborhood builds 16-foot snowman.
King of the Hill
Putting the neighbor kid to work
Adding the scarf
Putting on the face
The full crew