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THE INCREDIBLES RETURN FROM DISNEYLAND
I’m happy to report that I got plenty of use out of my new pop-up camper this summer. As I mentioned last month, we had two trips planned to wrap up the camping season. The first was a trip to Grand Jean, Idaho, with the family for our annual end-of-summer get-together. We normally hold the event around Stanley, so it was nice to experience a change of scenery this year. Spending time with my extended family, especially so far away from the routine of daily life, is a wonderful chance to connect and share quality time together. The second trip was full of one-on-one time with my brother. We went bowhunting for elk on the Continental Divide. There’s not much to do on these trips but trudge around and talk quietly, so they end up featuring a lot of excellent conversation. We did manage to catch the trail of some elk, but we weren’t lucky enough to bring anything home. At least we didn’t have to spend the time getting a 700-pound animal into a truck and bringing it back down to Southern Idaho. Meredith, the kids, and I took a trip of a different sort when we went to Disneyland withMeredith’s parents. It was our second visit to the “Happiest Place on Earth,” and I would say it went much better than last year. As the kids grow older and taller, they can get on more rides, so it keeps things fresh. I have to be honest —waiting in line stinks, but it’s worth it to see the smiles on everyone’s faces and know that they’re having the time of their lives. Just in Time for Halloween
Another awesome byproduct of the trip to Disneyland is that it gave us plenty of inspiration for our family-themed Halloween costume this year. We had already decided to dress up as the Incredibles before our trip — right around the time we started hanging up some decorations in late September — but seeing the official versions of these characters definitely encouraged us to step up our game. Well, when I say “us,” I actually mean Meredith. She’s the real superhero for taking charge of our costumes and always coming up with something, ahem, incredible. Over at the office, you can expect us to have some Halloween decorations going up as well. The team and I are really excited to get into the holiday season at Eagle Dental Care. While we haven’t finalized all of our holiday plans just yet, you can expect a few fun events and activities to show up on the calendar soon. I hope you have had a wonderful start to fall and are enjoying the cooler temperatures. Winter is right around the corner, but let’s savor the cool autumn breeze while we can. May your Halloween be full of frights, delights, and not too much candy.
Eagle Dental Care will be closed during the week of Oct. 15 to complete our office remodel.
If you had an appointment during this week, you should’ve already received a call to reschedule. We’re sorry for any inconvenience caused by the closure, but we promise the results will be worth it. We look forward to seeing you after the office makeover is finished.
–Dr. Chris Thomason
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