Look at us being Rigby fans!
Randy and Courtney went to some of the games during the season and came over to Boise for the Championship game.
Tanner in the Championship game.
The Rigby Trojans with the trophy and banner!
My brother Randy with his grandson Colton after the game in the holding pen where the parents and family could congratulate the team. What a happy day!
The next weekend was my niece Michelle Leifson's wedding. She married Adam Cook in the Bountiful temple on Friday, March 9th, then their reception was on Saturday the 10th.
Beautiful bride and groom.
My Grandpa Chambers was at the sealing. It was a really nice day outside for pictures.
My sister-in-law Julie was the wedding decorator. So Blake helped put up the false ceiling.
All transformed from a church cultural hall to a beautiful reception center!
Courtney invited Blake to dance after the reception was over.
The 3rd weekend of March, we took another trip to West Yellowstone for some snow machining. We had planned to go to the Bear Lake but had seen that there was not enough snow there, so changed our minds. There was not very good snow in West Yellowstone either. In fact, it rained while we were there. It was not a very good year for snow machines. But it was a nice relaxing weekend.
The last ride of the year.
The weather started warming up, and with that comes yard work.
Blake is raking up pine needles and pine cones.
Mowing for the first time.
Warmer weather doesn't just mean yard work, it also means tennis!
Randy and Blake playing for the first time in 2012.
On the last day of March, Blake and I took a trip to Salt Lake City to watch a Jazz game. We got there early enough to go to the new City Creek Center downtown Salt Lake, and to Gateway Mall. The Jazz were playing the Sacramento Kings, with Jimmer Fredette. Jimmer played quite a bit and that was fun. It was not fun that the Kings won the game because the Jazz missed a shot right at the buzzer.
In the nose bleed section at the Energy Solutions Arena.
Jimmer in a Kings uniform.
All the trees were in bloom in SLC, which we thought was wonderful, but it turned out not so great. They stink! They really don't smell good, not at all like a pretty flower should smell!