Friday, September 18, 2009


We finally got a Facebook account. I thought that I would keep our Facebook account current AND this blog. In fact, I did neither. So, I think I will just concentrate on Facebook for now. I will upload our pictures there for awhile and see how that goes. Perhaps we will be back here someday but for now, friend us as "Ryan - Kerry Robb".

Thursday, August 20, 2009

Kerry's bookclub

Kerry's bookclub has been meeting over 10 years. 2-3 of them have been in it from the beginning. This month it was at our house. They play games and eat and sometimes talk about the book they read. They take a picture each year, this is the before,

Here they are in the 'after' picture. They go all 'jerseyed up' as part of the games with cool hair and make up.

Back to School

The kids headed back to school today. Kerry seemed more excited than they were. Tan is in the 7th grade and is very excited to have a locker. Colby is in the 5th and is not excited about anything. Sadie is in the 2nd grade and is excited about everything.

Sunday, August 16, 2009


The dog has figured out how to open the door. From inside or out.

Congrats to Ally

Our friend Ally got married yesterday. Here she is coming out of the Salt Lake Temple with "The Kid" (her nickname for him since he is younger than her.)
She invited Sadie to be in the reception line with her.
We are so proud of our little Sadie, who wanted to wear a shirt under the dress. She is such a modest little girl.

Kim and Kerry.

Cute dancers. Watch for Sadie and Terah.

Ally and her dad.

Friday, August 14, 2009

Martin's Cove

As excited as we were to get home, we stopped at Martin's Cove. They have a lot of missionaries and a few little buildings full of treasures to look at.

Guns and swords. Always fun to look at.

We also pushed a handcart around. Well, the kids did. Not for very long, they thought it was pretty hard. We drove across Nebraska and Wyoming. I can't imagine walking it pushing a handcart.

Mt. Rushmore

We went to Mt. Rushmore. It was awesome. There was such a patriotic feeling in the air as we learned about the sculpture and the four men honored by it.

In the artist's studio there is a plaster copy of the original plans.

Grandma Kathy and Ben came with us.

President Washington from the backside.