# band camp 2013

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Exciting news from Utah: We have survived Band Camp 2013! No matter where we live, this week is, and always will be, one of the most stressful of the entire year – just the nature of the job. The days start around 6 and end around 9, and then Joe comes home and stays up all night writing drill for them to learn the next day. It makes for a long week, but luckily Joe had younger brother Lee here to help. They make up one half of The Brothers Falvey, but they pack a powerful punch as a teaching team.

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Lee was our Best Man three years ago, when he proved there’s at least two Falveys who can put up with a manic Marci under stress. 🙂 He’s the Boomer to my Sooner and such a funny, sweet guy. Here’s Lee doing his thing…

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…and here’s Lee being, well…Lee.

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I love to hear Joe called Dr. Falvey. I’m not sure when I’ll get used to it, but it hasn’t happened in three years.

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You can finally see the mountains!

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For the most part they had gorgeous weather–it can be so beautiful here. Just incredible.

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Until the last few days of the camp when we had some serious rain showers.

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The best breaks are those spent resting in the grass.

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This is pretty  much what every night looked like at our place. Exhaustion, backpacks and puppy cuddles all around.

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Come back soon, Lee! We loved having you here and insist you visit again so we can show you more of Utah than the band field and our house! #Boomer #Ripcord #WeLoveYou

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