Posts Tagged ‘Father’s Day’

Father’s day

June 19, 2016
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Papi’s Day 2015

June 21, 2015
Te queremos mucho Papi!

Te queremos mucho Papi!

Pre-Father’s Day

June 14, 2014

It’s hard to get gifts delivered on Father’s Day so we ordered them in a day early.

We got him a tree for the yard.  As this grows this should provide shade for the outdoor kitchen.

We got him a tree for the yard. As this grows this should provide shade for the outdoor kitchen.

A BIIIIIG umbrella so we can share meals outside without getting sunburnt.

A REALLY BIG umbrella so we can share meals outside without getting sunburnt.

And a chook to test drive the rotisserie function on the new BBQ.

And a chook to test drive the rotisserie function on the new BBQ.

Happy (almost) Father’s day, Papi!

With Love, Ana Lucia and Rafael xxx

Papi’s day

June 16, 2013
Papi said I still haven't worked out this keeping a secret thing but he liked his card and balloon!

Papi said I still haven’t worked out this keeping a secret thing but he really liked his card and balloon!

We had a pretty quiet day hanging out and playing in the garden.  Papi did a first pick of our cherry crop.

We had a restful day hanging out and playing in the garden. Papi did a first pick of our cherry crop.

Which Mum baked into a special Papi's day pie.

Which Mum baked into a Papi’s day pie.

Past Father’s days 2012, 2011 and 2010.  Feliz día del Padre, Papi!

By Ana and Rafa.

 

 

 

A day for Papi

June 17, 2012

Today is Father’s day in the US so today we did some of Papi’s favourite things.  I wonder if we need to make a fuss of him again in September when it’s Father’s day in Australia?

Coffee and bagels in the sunshine at Insomnia.

And ribs for dinner!

Feliz día del Padre, Papi!

By Ana and Rafa.

Papi’s 2nd Father’s day

June 19, 2011

For Father's day we took Papi on a special brunch on the Mt Hood Railroad. We watched the Colombia River, forest, country houses and apple and peach orchards whizz by our window whilst we ate.

Mt Hood (or Mt Wy'east) was particularly stunning.

We stopped at Parkdale for a leg stretch. That was a lot of fun.

In 15 minutes at Parkdale I got to chat to a fellow passenger, chase shadows with Papi, cuddle a dog, climb under the wire horse, kiss the welcome rooster and watch the cloth tires of a wind tractor go round and round.

Back at home it was time for pressies. Papi got a new foot stool to put his feet up when playing chess on his iPad.

and a coat stand which I helped put together. Feliz dia del Padre, Papi! Te quiero mucho!

We were on Mt Hood Railroad.  A nice way to see the countryside.  4 hours was quite long for me though!