Day two in Arizona was Saturday. First stop was picking up baby brother and heading to the Dewey-Humboldt Library to get him an email account. Apparently, however, he is too young so we abandoned that idea and went sight-seeing. First thing we did was drive up the big hill in Dewey-Humboldt, to take in the view and doing a little walking around. Beautiful!
Next we went to Peddlers' Pass Flea Market and Farmer's Market, but there wasn't too much to see. I found a few good treasures there last year, but nada on Saturday. The weather was a little cool, so maybe they didn't have all of their regular "peddlers". My baby brother found something though...a bb gun. I wasn't so happy about that, but whatcha gonna do? From there we went to Fain Park to look at a "waterfall" (it was actually a spill way), climb on rocks and play near the creek, or in my case in the creek. While playing hope from stone to stone to cross the creek, I decide to run from rock to rock...I did pretty good across most of it until, SPLASH, one sock and shoe soaked.
After the park, we headed off to some birthday party fun with baby brother, his friend, baby brother's brother and his wife. We played mini-golf (where I tied for first with baby brother and friend), played arcade games, and ate pizza (again) and drank coke floats. After several hours of torture, I mean fun, the boys went back to have a sleepover and Hubby and I went back to our hotel to chill, read, nap and change my soggy sock. Ahhh, vacation.