Friday, October 14, 2011

More "Circle City" Fun

Here are some of our photos from Indy. What fun it was to have such an adventure!
Below: Sister Sneed (who came from our ward back in California) fresh out of the MTC and serving in Carmel, IN

We took a drive one Saturday and found The Dan Quayle Museum!




Michael had a trip to Gorbel in New York and couldn't pass up the chance to visit Palmyra...



I LOVE this picture he took!



During "In-Doc Week" at Bastian, the company took everyone to the Indiana State Fair...




For a special dinner during In-Doc Week, they treated everyone to the very fancy Hollyhock Hill which was given the title of BEST Fried Chicken in America by Travel & Leisure...




On another Saturday drive around the great state of Indiana we spotted this Giant guy with an ice cream cone and couldn't resist...


On Labor Day we drove out to Ohio again to see the...

Wright Patterson Air Force Base Air Force Museum!!! It was Fantastic!




Michael spent a week in Atlanta, Georgia where they have this awesome law (so does Indiana)...

One evening in Carmel we decided to go to Bub's Burgers (of Travel Channel's Man vs Food fame). And Michael tackled the BIG UGLY...



Adam Richmond ate two...





Michael polished off one and won himself a spot on the wall of fame! Forever linked to this amazing restaurant.

Zionsville - one of the shop keepers said it is like Mayberry - pretty close!


Around the office...



We have a few more adventures to post about but we have to get the photos off the cell phone first. What a great time we had exploring Indiana!

Saturday, October 8, 2011

F.Y.I.

Just a little update...we are in Modesto now. Michael LOVED his job with Bastian Material Handling. We enjoyed our time in Carmel, IN and were looking forward to the new adventures in Pomona, CA with the company but Michael was offered an Astronomy teaching position at MJC. One which, after much thought and prayer, he decided to accept. I was heartbroken to be leaving the Bastian family so soon but we are excited to see where this new position will take us. I guess if everything turned out the way you wanted it to or thought it would life would be pretty boring. I don't think either one of us thought we would be back so soon, yet here were are...hoping for good things to come. :)