Sunday, May 17, 2009

the Dork-o-meter

For those of you who talk to us on a regular basis know that we aren't the best travelers. Don't get me wrong, we're very good at keeping ourselves entertained, bringing snacks, having good music etc. Our freak accident car troubles, though, keep us close to home most of the time. A while ago, we went to AZ for Jared's farewell. Everything was going smoothly until about halfway back to Page. All of a sudden a huge windstorm picked up and I started freaking out. Cameron, the calm driver told me to get a hold of myself as he skillfully maneuvered the wind gusts. After we left Page, the wind turned into snow and hail. It was March. In the "desert." yeah. whatever. Either way, the snow spurred this lovely number from some tired travelers. I promise, it's worth a watch. It gets really good around :45.

video

After we gathered our composure, we arrived in Page only to find out that the storm knocked the power out, so we couldn't get any gas. The power was out in the 5 nearest cities too. We were stuck for 2 hours and got back to Provo around 2am. It's a good thing we like each other. Such close quarters require lots of laughing, otherwise you'll go insane! so yeah-we're dorks. :)

6 comments:

Kristi said...

You two are so fun. I'll have to keep this idea in mind on our next road trip. LOL.

Christine and Nick said...

that was fantastic! I always wonder what our kids will think when Nick and I do stuff like that... :)

Katie Lee said...

Ha Ha Ha I loved that!! Very Very nice man voice!

Stacey said...

love it... looks like something I would do. Glad to see your enjoying life so much!

Emilee said...

ij ust realized that cute pic of you 2 at top is taken at meme's house...random...you guys are dorks! just like us! see ya thursday, i'll call you wednesday prolly...!!

LaNell said...

Being great problem solvers and making the most of whatever situation you find yourselves in isn't dorky. It's brilliant! That ability will serve well during life's journey.