S: 2011 Eisenhuth Family
1: January's model railroad show. It was fun to see all the train setups and go on the scavenger hunt, looking for all the different items. PapPap, MaMa, Nick and Tyson had a good time!!
2: The Chambersburg Ice Festival. Nick and Tyson had a good time posing with the ice sculptures and down near the creek. Fun but cold!
4: ~ LANDON ~
5: finally my first year pictures!!
6: Pirate Lambie after getting chewed by Mo. | The faces of Landon
7: Tyson helped bake cookies for his Mom's birthday! Nick at the Pinewood Derby. Big sister Lauren.
8: The Great Cousin Reunion! In April MaMa, Nick and Tyson made a trip to Pittsburgh to visit Denise, Sage and Zoey. The motorcycle pictures were taken at a West Virginia rest stop. We made a trip to the Children's Museum. It was so much fun!
10: Fun in the barn! Horse rides on Brownie for everyone!
11: Everyone's ready for the trip to Kalahari Water Park in Sandusky Ohio!! Two days of sliding, swimming, sliding, hot tub, sliding!
14: Our final morning. Thanks for the wonderful time!
15: Easter 2011 Corinne and John went to Hawaii and Landon went to PapPap and MaMa's house for the week. We had lots of fun!!
17: Landon was a doll for the week! He made Easter fun! The weather and flowers were beautiful for us and for his folks in Hawaii.
18: Aunt Nancy came to visit.
19: Landon loved playing with Tyson! They had lots of fun together. He was happy to see Mom and Daddy again but looked confused like "Where have you been?" | Ready for a diaper change!
20: Here you go! Cool off with the hose! | At the Cabin | Exploring! | Landon meets the goats in the field. | more explorers!
21: Tyson: "Me!MaMa! Get me!!" | Landon: No! No! No!!
22: Nick, Ty and Landon enjoy smoke bombs at the cabin! | Heart throb Nick
23: Tarzan NIck in the tree! The boys in Nick's fort.
24: YOUNG WOMEN'S CAMP | Camp Hidden Valley near Dillsburg. Marsha worked as a stake assistant and helped in the kitchen, canoing, etc. June 13-17
25: Marsha was also in charge of service projects. We made baby hats, friendship bracelets and baptismal cards.
26: Those great Stake Leaders! | Bro. Tibbs | Mary Deibler | Doug and Ginny Parks | Don and Mary Carson
27: Lauren was a fourth year hiker this year! From Monday morning until Thursday afternoon they hike with all their gear and food. It's quite an experience and Lauren had a great time! Good job!! Top to bottom: the hikers ready to go, coming home around the bend, home & clean, Lauren's earned her 4th year medallion!
28: Acro Dancer Michelle at her recital. Very flexible!
29: Top row is Landon's first haircut. Looks happy doesn't he? Bottom row with his mom and daddy, his Aunt Nicole and Uncle Adam, and looking guilty with his Grandma Pitzer.
30: Ma Ma Denise and her two grand daughters Sage and Zoey came to visit in July. Nick, Tyson and Landon enjoyed their visit too! Blowing big bubbles, playing in the sandbox and on the swings, the creek, bikes, Popsicles, and of course a sleepover on the deck! We also went to feed the ducks and take a walk at the Greencastle School Farm. One evening we went to play mini-golf too. Fun times!!
32: Swimming in Erin's pool. The weather was hot but the water temp was cool. Landon preferred to play with the tank! Jeremy has a unique way to keep cool!!
34: Posing with the 350 year old tree. Crossing the long footbridge!
35: Our trip to the Catoctin Zoo. It was a terribly hot day but we all enjoyed the animals.
38: The annual sister vacation was in Virginia Beach in August. We had a suite at "the Villas on the Boardwalk" (traded our time share) on 17th St. It was the perfect location with the beach view to the left and the street view to the right. We stayed on the beach all day, ate supper out, and enjoyed all the entertainment on the main street every evening. There were musicians, jugglers, mimes, comedians, dancers, magicians, concerts and ice cream!!
39: Enjoying the scenery! | The pirate ship was great fun for kids. | A pretty rainbow over the pier. | There were several groups of Amish enjoying the water.
40: We went on a Dolphin watching cruise. We saw same great jumping and playing but they wouldn't hold still for a photo!! We really enjoyed the trip!
41: Sisters having fun on a gorgeous day!
42: After the relaxing Dolphin cruise we went parasailing. Denise was horrified before we even started and never relaxed until we got back on the boat. Marsha had been sailing before and enjoyed the free flying feeling!
43: Toe dip!! Marsha ,"Weeeee!" Denise, "No! NO! NO!"
44: Canning Peaches with lots of help!
45: Landon loved eating the peaches while the rest of us canned them. He enjoyed snatching a tomato and eating it like a peach! Lots of the tomatoes had bites out of them!! He loved MaMa's shoes and playing peek through the door. Look at everyone else - work! work! work! But working together makes it fun!
46: Michelle, Nick and Tyson came over to help MaMa scrub the window shutters. After all the work we had fun experimenting with dropping Mento's into diet soda to create fountains! Michelle tried for a drink but got hit in the eye!!!
47: Lauren ran long distance for Mercersburg's James Buchanan High School Track team. This was her first year and she did very very well. Yeah Lauren!
48: Really John? Standing in the poultry barn eating a turkey leg!!! We made a trip to the York Fair to see the animals and have lunch. Landon loved all the animals but by the look on his face he loved the kitten the best!
50: I NY November 3-5 Mary Carson & Peggy Monn took Marsha to New York City. It was a fast tour but we had a lot of fun. The first day we arrived by 10 am to take the ferry to Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty. We stayed the night with Mary's family in Queens. | I forgot motion sickness med's!
52: Ellis Island Main building and main registration hall. The ceiling was gorgeous and is original.
53: The old railroad station near the ferry. It's still beautiful even though it is abandoned and the tracks overgrown. At one of the street vendors we all bought several Pachmani scarves for ourselves and family. Very beautiful and soft.
54: Time Square | Library
55: Central Park
56: St. Patrick's Cathedral | Rockefeller Center
57: The Empire State Building | A call from Denise! Great reception from up here!!
58: We went to Lego Land next to Rockefeller Center. The serpent and model of Rockefeller Center are all made of Legos! Hitching a ride on the subway!! Denise and Norm came to visit the day I got home.
59: Clearing the front yard with the help of Nick and Tyson. Good workers!
60: It took all summer but the house finally got finished! New siding, stoned porch, pebbled porch floor. Looks nice!
61: Nick joined the Cub Scouts, Bro. O'Hara and Bro. Hamman when they came on short notice to help stack our wood. They had fun and worked hard! Corey and Carlin Fields helped too.
62: The traditional after Thanksgiving dinner walk! We were on the way to the playground in Marion but got distracted by the piles of leaves and the stage where the boys performed for us!
64: Our wonderful little elves helped decorate the house, bake & decorate cookies and then . . . threw water balloons!?! | Tyson sprouted horns when he stood in front of the angel wings!
65: We had the camera mounted on the tri-pod take the family pictures for us. In the bottom picture MaMa didn't quite make it back to her spot! | Merry Christmas 2011
66: THE ROBINSON'S Nick, Lauren, Bella Erin, Ty, Jeremy, Michelle | THE PITZER'S John, Landon, Corinne | THE EISENHUTH'S MaMa Marsha, PapPap Chiz | Mo
67: THE TRADITIONAL NATIVITY Nicholas = Joseph Michelle = Mary Lauren = Angel Landon = Shepherd Tyson = Wise Man Bella = Lamb
71: Landon's second haircut. He didn't like it any more than the first one and did his share of crying. But isn't he handsome?
72: The Hilton's now empty nester's. | The Morgan Family | Cousin Jeff with first grandchild Stephen. | The Tellish Family Zoey, Nicole, Corey & Sage | Morgan & Brooke Smith
73: The baby hats from the camp service project were delivered to York, Gettysburg, Waynesboro and Chambersburg Hospitals. They loved them and said they would take as many as we could make. "Bring more anytime!" | Presenting the hats to Gettysburg Hospital.