S: FOR A SPECIAL GRANDMOTHER
BC: Family | Family | Hawaii | Grandpa | Grandchildren | Bryson | Bryson Kai | Fischer | Love | Love | Isaac | Bryson | Kadence | Levi | Kelli | Seattle | Hawaii | Clint | Peyton | Peyton | Peyton | Life | Keith | Karen | Beach | Dick | Clint | Cameron | Cameron | Cindi | Brian | Brian | Kids | Angle Lake | Brittany
FC: MEMORIES | G | randparents | are a delightful blend of | Laughter, Caring and nurturing, Support, Telling great stories, and Love | There will be rainy days that will seem to last forever Where the clouds cover the sky completely gray There will be sun that will break through And brighten up your day Life is like the weather Hard times are a part of life But it is important to remember the sun will shine Spend life looking for the sun...
1: GRANDMA | MOTHER | DAUGHTER
3: Greater looking as the years go by...
5: Dear Grandma, Thank You. Thank you for all of the peanut butter and jelly sandwiches by the lake. Thank you for all the apples off the trees, the raspberries off the vine and the blueberries off your bushes. Thank you for the best apple pie in the world and the jam you canned especially for us grandchildren. Thank you for the ice cream with the fresh blueberry toppings and the endless amount of ice cream cones by the lake. Thank you for my favorite cookies in the world which I still say nobody's cookies come close. Thank you for making possible all of my wonderful memories at the lake and the stories I can now tell my kids as they get older. But most of all thank you for all your hard work making it all happen for everyone else and putting yourself last. I hope that I can pass half of the amount of love around in my lifetime as you so easily did in yours. I am so happy to get to write you this letter to show my true appreciation for all of the things you did for me as I have grown into the man I am today. I thank you and love you from the bottom of my heart. Love your oldest grandson, Clinton Michael Baxter
8: moses lake summers | Did you know... that Moses Lake is the largest fresh body of water in Grant County
9: What could you want more.. catching some rays and drinkin a bruski | My first fish of the day
10: It's sucks growing up
11: Then we grow up and have our own kids ..
12: You never find Grandpa or Grandma without a smile on their face
13: Grandma found riding a bike? What's next? A marathon? | I love random photos. Don't you? | To the races
15: Missing one | Unlock with a key to happiness
16: Best times at Grandma's house. Fourth of July competition got more competitive every year.
17: Big fish, small fish Swimming here in this pond Fast fish, slow fish Now one is gone To be a small fish I'm sure none would bother But oh, don't you wish You could make the pond smaller? I've found my own fish To live my life fuller For I am a fish Of a different size and color
18: My Favorite Grandpa with the White Hair | My Favorite Grandma with the White Hair
20: For our kupunawahine,
21: The newcomer to the family
26: JUNE 2010
27: Veteran's Memorial
31: Gordon L DENSMORE Gordon passed away peacefully at 77, surrounded by his loving family at Valley Medical Center. He enjoyed life to the fullest, and served his country in the US Navy, then retired after 36 years from AT & T. Gordon loved camping, fishing, boating, and other sports, with his wife, Joyce, & children, later with his grandchildren too. Was very talented, would tackle any project from auto repairs, to home improvements. He lived on Angle Lake for 30 years, entertained many friends & family, and will be remembered by all . Gordon is survived by his loving wife, Joyce, son Rick ( Leslie) Densmore, daughter Karen (Dick) Clark; six grandchildren, Cindi (Brian), Clint (Morgan), Kelli, Keith (Amanda), Michelle (Tim), Krystal (Andrew): nine great-grandchildren; sister Clara Iverson; many nieces and nephews. He will be deeply missed by all. A memorial service will be held at Boulevard Presbyterian church at 1822 So. 128th St Seattle, WA on June 18th at 2:00pm. Private interment at Tahoma National Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, remembrances may be made to the Disabled Americans Veterans Association. | September 1933 - June 2010