Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Trip to Anchorage

The kids and I drove up to Anchorage and surprised Jeremey at the hotel the night he flew in from Virginia. We stayed an extra night and made a family weekend out of it. We played in the hotel pool, went to the zoo, hung out at Chuck E. Cheese, got family pictures taken and shopped a little too. The kids were pretty well behaved too - only a few minor meltdowns!
Alaska Zoo
Super Dad!
at Chuck E. Cheese

at a rest stop in Cooper Landing

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