Friday, December 25, 2009

Merry Christmas!!!!

Merry Christmas everyone!!!
Here’s our trailer all decorated for Christmas

Santa stopped by the trailer park and left a bunch of presents for us! We had the KTLA channel 5 Yule Tide Log on TV and KLOS rock’in Christmas radio in the background. The Presents didn’t stand much of a chance once the kids got to them!







We’d like to thank everyone for the presents and cards you sent! Click on the video below for a message from the kids! You can see all the Christmas photos and the Stafford’s on the Road blooper videos from the kids rehearsing their message. Here’s the link to see all the Christmas pictures: Christmas photos

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Thursday, December 17, 2009

Sunset on the Pacific Ocean

We visited Santa Barbara Shores Park for a view of the Pacific Ocean at sunset. The clouds were coming over the mountains, luckily they stayed away long enough for us to see sunset.


We hiked down the cliffs to the beach and waited for sunset

The kids did a little wave chasing, the water here is so cold!

Sunset, kinda reminds me of sunrise on the Atlantic. Hehe :)

Here’s a video of the sun setting on the Pacific Ocean

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Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Chef Jordyn’s dinner creation

Burger dogs!

Take some hamburger meat and form it into hotdog shapes and grill it up, then cook up a mess of baked beans and hash brown patties. Walla… You have a delicious Burger dog!!





Thursday, December 3, 2009

Solvang, CA

Solvang - the name is a Danish word meaning "sunny field" was founded in 1911 on 9,000 acres of former Spanish land grant to a small group of Danish settlers in 1936. On Solvang's 25th birthday the future Danish king and queen visited, sparking interest in the local colony and the local annual festival known as Danish Days. When The Saturday Evening Post featured Solvang in a 1946 article, tourists came attracted by the setting, the customs, and the idyllic life. Shops, galleries, restaurants, and hotels soon sprouted, each reflecting the area's Danish architectural heritage. Solvang evolved into the jewel it is today.
The chocolate shop is always a big hit!

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