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Monday, April 19, 2010

And now it is 2010..............

Thursday, October 9, 2008

WOW





guess i should stop in more often.................here are some pics

Saturday, June 7, 2008

You raise me up video.........please visit

http://s259.photobucket.com/albums/hh289/Impish_Dragon/?action=view&current=Untitled.flv

GRANDSONS






Me and the boys..........

holding the sun






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A friend returns home.......missed by all

PAGE, Ariz. - Douglas D. Robinson, age 56, passed away May 29, 2008 in Page, Arizona. He was born April 3, 1952 in Cedar City, Utah to Clair "Tuffy" and Eleen Davenport Robinson. He grew up in Parowan, Utah, where he met his beautiful wife, Angie Koleen Dalton. They were married July 14, 1972 in Parowan, and later sealed on March 29, 1980 in the St. George Temple.
Doug developed a passion for the outdoors while growing up in Parowan. He loved being out in nature, riding his beloved horses and exploring new places. His passion for being on the back of a horse. He loved hunting, fishing and camping, and greatly enjoyed the socializing and swapping stories around the campfire. He loved spending time in Horse Valley. While he loved to hunt, he was always more concerned that others filled their tags and that everyone had fun than being successful himself.
Doug was the foundation of his family. He taught his children about hard work, honesty and loyalty. He was a faithful member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He had served as a scoutmaster for over 17 years, helping build great character in many young men. He had also served in the Primary with younger children. He had a great fondness for his own children and especially loved teasing and playing with his grandchildren. He was well respected by those who knew him, and touched many lives for the better over the years.
Survivors include his beautiful wife Angie Robinson of Page; children Amy (Ken) Arend of Winslow, AZ, Lance Robinson of Page, John (Candice) Robinson of Page, Jacob Robinson of Page, and Emily (Jon) Massey of Fort Bragg, North Carolina; mother Eleen Robinson of Parowan; siblings Nancy (Wayne) Rowley of Paragonah, UT, and Jerry (Sherry) Robinson, Kathy (Gene) Adams, Larry (Kristen) Robinson, Thomas (Lucille) Robinson and Sharron (Russell) Robinson all of Parowan; and twelve grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his father, Clair "Tuffy" Robinson.

Monday, April 28, 2008

Here is the New set of WHEELS............




well, i finally broke down and bought a new vehicle, it is a 2008 Jeep Wrangler JK 4door......lots of fun to drive.........lookin forward to a camping trip, or other fun trip this summer. and of course, our elk hunt in October............

Saturday, April 12, 2008

DIAMONDBACKS CRUSH ROCKIES




It was a wonderful time, watching the Dbacks spank the Rockies into submission......Brandon Webb pitched great, all the young Dbacks hit well, WOW what a team we have this year.....

Friday, April 11, 2008

Dbacks game here we come


we are off to the Diamondbacks game tonight, Tiff won tickets on the radio.......and Josh already went on opening day, so i am excited about going.......................

Here is Krista and Damian last year!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Sunday, April 6, 2008

Damian tangled in balloons on feet

videojust enjoy the fun

more fun at the ziegler reunion


This game was sooo much fun I was able to meet new cousins aunt and uncle...unfortunately my brain doesnt always remember what i want it to..ssooo if you can help me name all the ppl in this photo i would appreciate it. I know me (Jodie) with the hat on Krista (with the baby) Nathan (the baby) and Polly next to Krista and baby Nathan. Looking forward to many more years of family fun!

2008 Ziegler reunion fun



The reunion at Camp Lo-Mia was a great time, add some comments and pictures here!!!!

Friday, April 4, 2008

Off to the Ziegler reunion

Remember this weekend is the family reunion in Pine...............in the center of Pine, right by the LDS church turn on PINE CREEK CANYON ROAD. Follow to Camp Lo-Mia. Not all of Pine Creek Canyon Road is paved. Follow signs to Camp Lo-Mia MAIN CAMP.

Wednesday, April 2, 2008

Put your bdays and anniversaries here

add all the family and friends dates that you would like to see on the calendar list.......please help out here

trying new things here


okay now a string (blog) on how to use this silly blog thing........tell me what you figure out, like pictures etc.............

see, i did it...............a picture, progress

Tuesday, April 1, 2008

lets give this a try

ok, i am gonna attempt to get a blog for me and family and friends to try out..........