Beth's daughter folded about 200 paper cranes for her wedding. At the reception, they were hanging here and there and some had names on them, telling people where to sit. They were very colorful.
Flowers and Stuff
After the wedding, there was a lot of baby's breath and eucalyptus left over. Beth and Don brought lots home, along with some forgotten cranes.
In the Trash
After Beth posed me with her paper crane, she cleaned up a mess of stuff. Then she couldn't find me. This is a photo of me in the trash can. Yep. I was thrown away.
In a Bowl of Cranes
She felt pretty bad about that and she placed me in the bowl with the cranes. I felt honored.
Heidi and Jamie's Wedding!
I love weddings! There are always flowers and I have always been good at posing with flowers. So I posed... while Heidi was getting her hair done.
Can we just pretend that I was still in that bouquet, when Heidi smiled for the photographer?
Don and Beth made another interesting stop on their road trip, from Texas to California. They stopped at the Clown Motel in Tonopah. Beth brought along her own childhood clown to show the owner.
There were hundreds of clowns in the motel lobby. A lot of people say this place is creepy and it sort of was. I'm glad she didn't pose me with the clowns, or I might have gotten lost.
Beth posed me with her own clown instead. I was okay with that.
I wasn't sure about spending the night in our motel room, decorated with clowns... looking out over an old cemetery.
We woke up to snow in the morning. We made it through the night without any ghostly clown encounters.
I like going on adventures with Beth and Don, but I'm not sure this was my favorite kind.
A Tiny Pie
I love this picture of me on top of Caramel-Apple Pie! It's hard to tell from the photo, but this pie is very small. I am a 2-inch bear and I love that all the pies at "Gatherin' Place" are more my size.
A Little Detour
It was a good detour to Pie Town. There's not much there besides pie, but I'm glad we stopped!
My mom gave me this tiny bear over 25 years ago... because I like small things.