April 4, 2008

Great Britain

I probably won't be putting any new posts up for a while. Lariann and I are leaving later this morning to fly to London England where we will spend the 9 days traveling through England, Scotland & Whales. We leave the 4th and return on the 13th.
We are taking this trip because I asked Lariann when she first found out she had cancer if there was anything she wanted to do before she died. She said she wanted to visit Great Britian. Orginally I thought there was no way this could happen. But after checking some things out, and us doing some serious saving for a couple of years we are ready to go.
Late me make this clear that this is NOT because she is dying or that this is her last dying wish. There's been some rumors floating around about that. She is in great health so now is a good time to do this.
Lucy however will remain at home. Our tour group does not alow children under eight, plus she'd have a misserable time. Instead she will be spliting time with the grandparents, so she'll be plenty spoiled when we get back.
I'm not sure if I will have time to do any bloging while we are gone, but if I get a chance I may post a few pic's from our trip. Below you can see where we will be stoping along the way.


Amy N said...

oh how fun for you guys! More of a trip to celebrate a healthy life right?! I want to live vicariously through you so take lots and lots of pictures and be sure to post when you get back!

When are you guys going to come visit me?

Jordan said...

That's fun, hope you guys enjoy yourselves! Eat lots of Hagaas

Brooke Bredthauer said...

I'm so jealous and eager to hear how it went! At first I thought you were posting about my little "great Britain" and then I realized you weren't...oh well that's a mom's job and I do it plenty! Have fun!

Sam said...

WOW! That's really cool!

I don't know why, but my wife doesn't seem to think Europe has much to offer. She would prefer a trip to somewhere in the middle of nowhere. OK, so I know that Santiago, Chile or Easter Island isn't exactly the middle of nowhere (actually Easter Island could be defined as the middle of nowhere), but I don't know why it's more appealing than somewhere like Great Britain! Oh well, we haven't been to either place.

Now I'm rambling...

Regardless, I hope you have a great time!

Chad Welch said...

You're back today. Where are the posts? It is almost 11:00 at night. Don't tell me you had anything more important than update your blog after getting back :) Hope the trip was good, we look forward to hearing the stories and seeing the pictures.

LindsayKeller said...

Thanks for showing me the video and pictures from your trip! IT was so cool (looking.) I'm glad that you guys gave Haggis a fair try. I think a lot of people don't give it a chance.