Some Holiday pictures with the family... and zoo

Our wonderful christmas tree, covered in gifts. This year we created, albeit late, a competition to see who had the worst wrapped gift. My dad's used bag with a post-it note barely edged out my sister's used/ripped xmas bag with 2x crossed out to+from tags.

This is our forest downstairs, I like it, family hates it. It was put up in the 70's by whoever owned our house before us, and I think they may have been stoners.

The wife and I messing around on New Years eve. She's oddly growing a new hand out of the top of her head.

One of my dad's only christmas jobs, lighting the fire. Other fatherly dutie's include growing an awesome beard, setting up his new office and being one of the best humdinger's in the world.

Just a good old father - daughter snow brawl... winner = daughter.

Shorty and I with my folks on a snowy boxing day (26th)...

A family shot right before the father - daughter snow brawl. We have a family tradition to be together around christmas if possible, and when we're together, no matter what the weather throws at us we go out for nature walks. This was an extremely snowy christmas so the walks were quite enjoyable for yours truly, a snow lover at heart.

Roo (sister's pup) loves chasing snow balls and eating them more than anything, it's just about the greatest and funniest thing ever. You can take the smile off your face watching her chase snow...

My wife took this beauty, the trees looked quite amazing, and somehow looked taller with all the snow.

A quality ma-son picture in the forest.

Had to pop a picture with the white in the background on my first (first one I can remember) white Christmas. It's something I sadly hope for every year, but never neem to get. My prayers were answered in the way of a record setting december for snow in Vancouver.

The zoo. We always enjoy their company around the holidays. For some ready they really really love boxes.

Rooster Mclooster, everyones gift.

My sister, I think she may have enjoyed her new apron. We got it custom made, and she wanted it to appear like the 50's. I think we did well.

1 comment:

theoddbod said...

that is a rediculous amount of snow. Happy New Year dawg!