Tuesday, October 4, 2011


is an archaeological museum in Phoenix. It has a kid friendly area that teaches them about the Hohokam people in a fun way. Outside, part of the village has been excavated and some has been recreated.
Almost all of the outside area is in complete sun, so the museum provides huge umbrellas for you to carry for shade. Every time I'd look back at Lach carrying his umbrella, following the painted lizards on the walkway, I'd melt. Not from the heat, but because he was just so incredibly cute soaking all this Arizona atmosphere in.


Nancy said...

The umbrella is literally bigger than Lach! He was so excited about everything he saw on the trip, he's a sweet little guy ;)

Ivon said...

Lach added a new and different touch and view on the sights. Love you.

Sherri said...

I need to visit Arizona with you!

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