Shannon Stacey

Team Technicolor returns

We’ve returned! (Unfortunately—I could have stayed another two weeks.) It’ll take me at least a day to get back into the swing of things, so I’ll bore y’all with a few pics from the weekend. (But I’ll put them after the jump so you can skip if you like.) It was a wonderful long weekend, and just what I needed.


I told you about how my children chose their own gear and none of it matched. Here’s a shot of Team Technicolor in all their mismatched glory:

The little guy totally on his own for the first time:

The angle doesn’t really show in the photo, but here’s Dad’s King Quad making sure the little guy makes it up the hill:

We had our first OOPS moment this time out. Fortunately no injuries, other than the tall kid’s dignity:

The tall kid standing in front of where his dignity landed:

And after a long day of riding:

4 comments to “Team Technicolor returns”

  1. Charlene
      · May 28th, 2007 at 11:11 pm · Link

    Fun! We watched eagles. Golden eagles. Bald eagles. Nobody got muddy. But it was still a good weekend. :wink:

  2. Charlene
      · May 28th, 2007 at 11:12 pm · Link

    PS You didn’t drop Ez in the mud did you? :tomato:

  3. Ryan Anderson
      · May 29th, 2007 at 8:48 pm · Link

    What a brother got to do to get his sister to call every now and then>

  4. Shannon
      · May 29th, 2007 at 11:09 pm · Link

    :tomato: I called, I called!

    Ez is fine. She’s been good to me lately so I didn’t do whatever the ATV equivalent of keelhauling would be. And we didn’t see eagles, but we saw moose prints. And we ran over a pile of moose poop, which was the highlight of my 6-year-old’s day. :rofl:

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